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Nintendo Switch Will Launch New Online Service September 18

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Nintendo is rolling out its Switch Online service next week

Titles like Ice Climbers and Mario Bros return once more, but this time with the option to play online with a pal. While simply playing games online with friends is enough for many, Nintendo is also keen to ensure that players feel more involved in their online gaming, with the Nintendo Switch App for phones offering voice chat, so players can remain in contact. The base subscription is a monthly subscription of $3.99 Dollars a month followed by three months for $7.99, and a year for $19.99. To ensure that Save Data Cloud backups can not be used to unfairly affect online multiplayer rankings, the feature will not be enabled in Splatoon 2.

Last week, Nintendo was poised to premiere a new Direct broadcast centered around the Switch and 3DS when a significant magnitude 6.7 quake hit Hokkaido, Japan.

Naturally, you'll want it for those games.

The good news is that there will be a seven-day free trial available for all Nintendo Account holders when the service does go live. This isn't the first controller that they have shown of recently, not too long again they announced a Super Smash Bros. Aside from spotlighting upcoming 3DS and Switch games, Nintendo will reveal more information on its upcoming Online Service.

The online service will also come with a cloud backup feature that will store Switch owners save files in case their console is lost or broken. The Nintendo Switch Online EU release date is coming to consoles in the region on September 19, a whole 24 hours later than their United States cousins.

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The video game company has finally revealed when online functionality, which has been free to access for all players since the launch of the Nintendo Switch past year, will become a paid-for extra for owners of the console.

Are you excited for this now greatly anticipated Nintendo Direct?

The firm revealed it had now sold 19.67 million units of the Nintendo Switch as of June 30, 2018.

The broadcast will last for approximately 35 minutes and feature both upcoming Nintendo Switch and 3DS titles.

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