The online service of the switch of Nintendo already has a release date. Recently, the company’s own video games, Nintendo, revealed that the service will be available on the 18th of September, and users will be able to download a trial version of seven days of the store Switch before you get married with a subscription.
Like Xbox Live or PlayStation Network, the new service Switch will require users to pay to play certain online games, including titles notable from Nintendo as: Splatoon 2, Arms and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. It is also the only way for owners to Switch to obtain backup copies in the cloud to save games.
Also, if you invest in this subscription, you’ll also have access to games NES-enabled on-line, that include up to 20 titles at launch, such as Super Mario Bros. 3 and The Legend of Zelda. Best of all is that according to Nintendo will be added new games “regularly”.
The subscription will cost $3.99 per month, $7.99 usd for a package of three months, or $19.99 usd for a full year. You’ll also find an option family annual is available for $34.99 dollars, which provides access to up to seven members of the family.
The role of play in line with the Nintendo Switch is currently free through their limited library of games in multiplayer mode. Previously, Nintendo had announced that it planned to launch a paid service and start charging for the ability to play online this fall. A limited version of the chat application in the Switch line will be available this summer.
Nintendo also changed its plan to offer classic games as part of the subscription. Instead of offering a classic game rotating each month, Switch Online will give access to subscribers to a “compilation of classic titles,” which will feature multiplayer support online.
It is worth noting that Nintendo said that it will provide more details, along with information about the upcoming games, very soon in the event of Nintendo Direct which will be held on September 13.
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