Nintendo Sends Out Press Release For Nintendo Switch Online Service

Sheri Evans
August 13, 2018

When the paid online service launches, free Nintendo Switch online play will end.

The wait was long for Nintendo Switch Online but its nearly here after numerous delays. Earlier Nintendo announced of bringing the Nintendo Switch Online service by this September.

Pricing, meanwhile, hasn't changed for the Nintendo Switch Online service; Nintendo still plans to offer access at $3.99 for 1 month, $7.99 for 3 months, for $19.99 for 12 months. So, it becomes much simpler to retrieve the game in case you buy a new system or else loses the one you have. The service will launch with 20 NES titles and more will be added regularly once the service launches.

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The service aims to provide users access to online play and be able to Save Data on the Cloud with compatible games, as well as, access to an ever-expanding library of NES titles. The most fiscally smart move is to make some friends you can rely on to pay into a Nintendo Switch family membership, which costs $34.99 Dollars for 12 months and has an account holder add up to seven others to create a group. The dedicated app for the service is also available to download right now, but it's useless at best and terrible at worst. It runs similarly to that of the Xbox Live or PlayStation Plus programs, even EA's Origins has a similar option for the PC platform.

Back in June, we learned that Nintendo would be discontinuing their Virtual Console as a separate service but instead have made a decision to combine the Virtual Console into the upcoming Nintendo Switch Online service. The company has responded to Niche Gamer with a clarification regarding online-supported games, and whether they require a subscription or not.

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