Nintendo Switch Online Services will Commence in the Second Half of September

Nintendo Switch Online Services will Commence in the Second Half of September

"Online features will be free until the Nintendo Switch Online Service launches in 2018". Nintendo has not made a super convincing argument for users to put money towards the service beyond multiplayer going behind a paywall.

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Instead, we get the same rundown of what Nintendo Switch Online will look like and cover, including basic online play for games with online multiplayer modes.

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Nintendo's Switch online service was first scheduled for a release a year ago, but was later delayed to Fall 2018. A more exact date is still forthcoming. "The service provides access to online play & Save Data Cloud backup in compatible games and a growing library of NES titles with added online play". So, it becomes much simpler to retrieve the game in case you buy a new system or else loses the one you have.

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Nintendo Switch owners do not automatically become members when the service launches; they will need to purchase a membership in increments of one month, three months, or 12 months. The dedicated app for the service is also available to download right now, but it's useless at best and terrible at worst. Every classic NES game will support voice chat via the Nintendo Switch Online smartphone app*. Expect to hear more about Nintendo Switch Online soon in the coming weeks, probably first at Gamescom which is 15 days away. This is the first time that the company has released a paid subscription-based online service but do you think the included features are worth the price?