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Details Surrounding Nintendo Online Services Emerge

09 May 2018

The Virtual Console was a great way to introduce new people to classic Nintendo games or replay some of your favourite titles from older consoles. Due to this, Nintendo announced that the online service would be free until they were ready to announce a paid plan. That's all going to happen four months from now when the Nintendo Switch Online service finally opens its doors to more features.

Nintendo has shared more details on the service, which is due to launch in September, including the classic games that will be available on-demand on the service. Some even went to the extent of suggesting that GameCube titles would release on the Nintendo Switch through the Nintendo Virtual Console. Nintendo has confirmed that it will vary with games so not all of them will require an online subscription. There's also a £31.49 yearly family membership that includes access for up to eight Nintendo Accounts. The Nintendo Switch Online app will give you allow you to have voice chat with friends and will also give bonus features to select games such as showing your online stats on Splatoon 2.

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Nintendo has already announced ten of the launch games (see the gallery above), including Super Mario Bros 3, The Legend of Zelda and Ice Climbers. Friends can even watch their friends play these single-player games online. An individual year-long subscription costs $19.99, with one month and three months of access costing $3.99 and $7.99, respectively.

The first 10 of these are: Balloon Fight, Dr. Mario and Super Mario Bros. Nintendo says that in September, members will get access to 20 games, with more games added on a regular basis.

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But the biggest additions of the Nintendo Switch Online come in the form of the Nintendo Entertainment System compilation and cloud saves. Nintendo Switch Online will also allow backup save-data for most games, and utilize additional features for the Nintendo Switch Online smartphone app. That is only sold in a 12 month lot and will cost you $34.99 Dollars. With the release window set for September 2018, Nintendo has finally revealed all of the details surrounding the system including price, subscription models, online services, and more.

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Details Surrounding Nintendo Online Services Emerge