The German ban on GoldenEye 007 has been lifted, sparking speculation that it will land on Nintendo Switch Online

Golden Eye 007The German ban has been lifted, leading some people to believe that the game may be available on the Nintendo Switch Online + expansion service.

According to a report from Eurogamer Germany (pass through European players), Rare’s classic Nintendo 64 shooting game has been removed from the German game list. These games cannot be advertised or sold for children.

As Eurogamer pointed out, this removal occurred before the game was automatically removed 25 years after it appeared on the list, which means that someone deliberately removed the game from the “banned” list somewhere.

Given that Nintendo is starting to add content to the Switch Online + expansion pack, some websites want to know if GoldenEye 007 will be added to the service at some point in the near future.

Given that the other two games have been removed from the German banned game index (namely, the English version of BloodRayne and the US version of BloodRayne 2)-and both of these games will be launched in the form of BloodRayne: ReVamped next month-GoldenEye is for granted The 007 may also arrive in some form.

Of course, this is just a guess at the time of writing-neither Nintendo nor Rare have said that GoldenEye 007 will return to the game console in any form. Earlier this year, the canceled XBLA GoldenEye HD remake appeared suddenly on the Internet. Due to licensing issues, the game was never released.

GoldenEye 007 has been involved in copyright issues for a long time, so if it does come to Nintendo Switch Online, it will be a big deal for the game.