I’ve been waiting to hear information on the Nintendo Switch Online service, like many gamers, since last year. This was originally supposed to launch sometime last fall, but now is set to go this September. Until that point, we’ll be able to enjoy online multiplayer in games like Splatoon 2, Mario Kart and ARMS without having to pay for a service. We were told from the beginning this would eventually change, but the price point would be affordable. Now keep in mind that I don’t own any of the new Playstations or a single XBox, so I’ve not been a console gamer where paying for online services costed me extra. The Cost The cost is per account, not per system, but there’s a pretty affordable yearly family option. One month: $3.99 Three months: $7.99 Twelve months: $19.99 Twelve Month Family Membership: $34.99 (Up to 8 people) I personally don’t have a problem with the cost of the service, and will be handing over my $20 without hesitation. What You Get Paying for the service provides: Online play Access to free NES games (only NES? – don’t know yet) Nintendo Switch App Save Data Cloud Backup I want to take a… Read full this story
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