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Nintendo Hints SNES Games Coming To Switch With FCC Filing

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A Nintendo documentation would describe in detail a new SNES controller for Nintendo Switch. The device not yet announced has been spotted on the Federal Communications Commission Identifier page (FCC) and published later through the ResetEra forum.

Much of the documentation is confidential, but we have a diagram of the back of the controller. The model number is called “HAC” and is used to refer to Nintendo Switch hardware and accessories.

It is therefore likely that the controller output can be directly linked to the arrival of SNES games on Nintendo Switch. As you will remember, the currently available NES controllers had been announced just to coincide with the arrival of the NES game library for Nintendo Switch Online subscribers.

There is not much information on the FCC website, apart from the fact that this SNES controller will include Bluetooth support for wireless connection to Switch.

Currently, Nintendo has neither denied nor confirmed this news, so take it as a simple rumor. Stay tuned with us for more information on this matter. For now, however, there is no official release date for the Super Nintendo controller.

What do you think about this news? Let us know about your opinions in the comments below.

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