For more information about Nintendo Switch Online, please visit the official Nintendo Switch Online website. We got some details, including the tentative September release date, back in February, but now Nintendo has given us even more ideas on what to expect.
It's been a rather long wait but Nintendo have narrowed down the launch window for Switch's online services.
We'll update as soon as more details about the service are released. 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.
Subscribers will also have access to classic Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) titles like "Donkey Kong", "Balloon Fight", "Dr. Mario,"The Legend of Zelda", and "Super Mario Bros".
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The wait was long for Nintendo Switch Online but its nearly here after numerous delays.
If you haven't heard already, the Switch Online price is going to be significantly less than Xbox Live Gold or PS Plus. Subscribers will also get to back up their save data to the cloud, which is seen by many as a necessary feature as there's no easy way to back up save data now.