Nintendo just took to Twitter to reveal that their paid online service for Nintendo Switch will launch in late September. That being said it is still something to get excited about. And the service launches in a month!
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There's only a few weeks left until Nintendo Switch Online launches, according to a press release from Nintendo.
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Nintendo first began discussing the online service back in January 2017 - two months before the console launched. Ultimate, Splatoon 2, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, ARMS, Mario Tennis Aces and Sushi Striker: "The Way of Sushido".
20 online-play enabled Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) titles that will let you share your screen, use voice chat to talk to friends, and use the multiplayer functionality over the internet. For an individual player, this feature will fun about 4 bucks a month, though a three month and twelve month option is also available.
As we wait for more details to come one day or another, Nintendo Switch Online gets closer and closer, and the Japanese platform holder has provided other generic hints about when to expect it to drop. A Family Membership costs $54.95 AUD for a year. All we don't know is when exactly we'll have to start paying for the privilege to play our games online. This is significantly much cheaper than the $60 per year that people have to pay for Xbox Live Gold and PlayStation Plus. Are you excited for the online features for the Switch console?