Nintendo Switch Online release date just got narrowed down

Nintendo Switch Online release date just got narrowed down

However, in order to enjoy the Nintendo Switch Online service, you need to have a persistent internet connection.

Back in June, we learned that Nintendo would be discontinuing their Virtual Console as a separate service but instead have chose to combine the Virtual Console into the upcoming Nintendo Switch Online service.

So, wait for a few more days for the service to launch.

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How do you guys feel about Nintendo starting to charge for online play when it comes to the Switch? And, about 18 months on from its original release, the Nintendo Switch's online service is finally due to launch in "the second half of September". Will you be subscribing to or avoiding the Online service?

Players will also get a selection of classic NES games with newly added online play. This helps in retrieving the game data if somehow the system gets lost or start the game with a new one. Additionally, special family membership will also be available for $44.99, giving access to the full suite of online features for up to 8 accounts. If they want to convince more players to pay money for the service beyond playing Splatoon 2 online, Nintendo needs to be a lot less cagey and more forthcoming. Alternatively for those who know that this is something they'll be using often, going for the 12 month membership upfront is cheaper at $20 for the entire year. The Nintendo Switch Online service was originally slated to launch in September, and now, as we're nearing the month in question, Nintendo has slapped down a a more precise release window.

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