Advance Wars remake pushed back to spring 2022

Game originally slated to launch this December

Nintendo has announced that the upcoming Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp has been delayed to next year.

The title -- a Switch remaster of the original two games, Advance Wars and Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising -- was originally slated to launch on December 3.

The game will now come out in "spring 2022" as per Nintendo, but a specific release day has not been given yet.

"The game just needs a little more time for fine tuning," Nintendo said, via Twitter. "You'll be battling with Andy and friends soon! Thanks for your patience."

Nintendo recently unveiled its new Nintendo Switch online + Expansion service, which launches on October 25.

The new subscription will cost $50 a year, and will give users access to a number of N64 and Sega Megadrive titles, as well as access to upcoming paid Animal Crossing DLC.

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