Overview Trailer - Nintendo Switch

Overview Trailer - Nintendo Switch

The days of free online play are ending for Nintendo Switch, as their paid-for service is scheduled to go live on Wednesday, September 19. The information on Switch Online, however, still refers to voice chat only in reference to the app, meaning Nintendo might stick with this asinine idea in spite of the better options.

The link contains a FAQ page and a full table of the features available to Nintendo Switch online subscribers over those who do not subscribe, which you can see below.

"Friends can even watch each other play single-player games online, and "pass the controller" at any time".

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In addition to this, they've also confirmed that system software 6.0.0 will release alongside Nintendo Online. Level up with a Nintendo Switch Online membership! Nintendo will also offer a family bundle for $34.99 that allows up to eight people to use the same subscription.

Nintendo, which delayed taking the wraps off the service (and a host of other Switch goodies) after postponing last week's Nintendo Direct event in the wake of a september 9 quake, will likely explore the new service's features in greater detail at the rescheduled event, which kicks off Thursday at 6 p.m. ET.

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