Nintendo Switch Online: revealed the date of launch of the service!
With a post on the Twitter account of Nintendo of America, the big N has finally revealed the launch date of the Nintendo Switch Online, the online service dedicated to the console of the hybrid to the japanese that will come next September.
The online subscription service will be the equivalent, for Nintendo Switch, the PlayStation Network from Sony and Xbox Live dedicated to Microsoft, and will include the membership monthly and annual basis with costs ranging from $ 3.99 for the package of the duration of 30 days, up to $ 19.99 for the annual subscription.
#NintendoSwitch Online will launch in September 2018! pic.twitter.com/h3Rpeyymsx
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) February 1, 2018
The launch of the service, Nintendo Switch Online (which will not be valid for other consoles like 3DS or Wii U) will also include a version of the Virtual Console that has long been anticipated by fans of the Switch; the service will allow players access to some of the classic games tagged Nintendo, which will be available until the subscription will be active.
In addition, the app Nintendo Switch Online will be complementary to the subscription, since it is designed to “improve the online experience for the games compatible Nintendo Switch”.
Several titles, including Splatoon 2, will be compatible with the app, which will allow access to SplatNet 2, a dashboard, where players can track their stats, equipment, and much more.
The online app will also give players the ability to send invitations to play with people on your friends list via social networks and various instant messaging app, with the ability to use the app to start voice chat while you prepare for the sessions online or during the game.
Those who do not want to take advantage of the online subscription service, will still be able to download games from the Eshop, add friends to your list and share screenshots on social media.
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