One such detail is Switch Online's release date, as thus far, Nintendo has only said that the service will launch in September.
Subscribers will also be able to use Nintendo Switch mobile app features to "enhance their online experience" and receive special offers.
The Nintendo Switch's online service, Nintendo Switch Online, will launch the second half of September, Nintendo has announced. That means we're likely around six weeks out from launch at the point, but until we get a specific release date, that's all just speculation. The service includes online play, save data backups for compatible games, and access to a compilation of classic NES games.
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We'll update as soon as more details about the service are released. When the service launches, online multiplayer in games will be locked behind the subscription. 3, and Donkey Kong are confirmed for launch - alongside 10 still unannounced titles.
Online play in compatible games, including Splatoon™ 2, ARMS™, Mario Kart™ 8 Deluxe, Mario Tennis™ Aces, and more.
Nintendo Switch Online is cheaper than PlayStation Plus, and Xbox Live Gold. Family memberships for up to eight accounts will be available only for the 12-month subscription option for $34.99.