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LET THE COUNTDOWN BEGIN: The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask will be added to the Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack‘s N64 library on Feb. 25. Memberships start a $49.99 for a 12-month individual membership.
Sorry, Roland Emmerich: There’s only one moon fall we care about right now.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask will make its Nintendo Switch debut on Feb. 25. The gaming giant made the announcement on Twitter this week alongside a trailer for the apocalyptic action-adventure title, which originally debuted on the Nintendo 64 in 2000. (Feel old yet?)
This would normally be the part of the article where we tell you where to pre-order a copy of Majora’s Mask, except Nintendo isn’t making the game available for direct purchase. Instead, it’ll get a new home in the Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack‘s N64 library alongside other classic titles, including its prequel. (That would be 1998’s fantastic Ocarina of Time.)
In other words, you have to be a Switch Online + Expansion Pack member if you want to stop the Skull Kid and prevent the moon from decimating Termina. Twelve-month individual plans go for $49.99 a pop, while a family membership for up to eight users will run you $79.99 a year.
Keep in mind that your subscription also comes with access to online play, a collection of retro SEGA Genesis, the Animal Crossing: New Horizons DLC, and the new Mario Kart 8 Deluxe course pack, so you’ll still have plenty to do after Majora‘s credits roll.