Nintendo Switch Online Launches in ‘Second Half’ of September

Nintendo Switch Online Launches in ‘Second Half’ of September

Nintendo Switch Online Launches in ‘Second Half’ of September

Nintendo's Switch online service was first scheduled for a release previous year, but was later delayed to Fall 2018.

Nintendo previously only mentioned a release in September 2018, but has now narrowed down the service's release to the second half of September.

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When it finally hits next month, Nintendo Switch Online will cost $3.99 for one month, $7.99 for three months, $19.99 for a year and $34.99 for a family membership, which gives up to eight people to ability to use the service. That means it's going be between five and seven weeks before we get to enjoy all the extras that come with the subscription. So far Ice Climber, The Legend of Zelda, Balloon Fight, Soccer, Tennis, Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros., Dr. Mario, Super Mario Bros. However, with products such as Minecraft already containing the fine print that the paid service is required and with games like Fortnite lacking the detail, it's a good indication that Nintendo will continue allowing Fortnite fans to play it despite not having a subscription to Switch Online.

Nintendo first began discussing the online service back in January 2017 - two months before the console launched.

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Like PS Plus and Xbox Live, Switch Online will also grant users a few perks with their subscriptions.

Players will also get a selection of classic NES games with newly added online play. The plans start at $4 Dollars a month and users can also purchase a three month subscription for $8, or the most discounted rate of $20 for a full year.

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