Extras that have been confirmed to include online play, cloud back-ups and save files for compatible games, and access to classic NES games with new online feature.
Earlier today, Nintendo of America and Nintendo of Europe both announced that Switch Online will launch in the "second half of September".
There's only a few weeks left until Nintendo Switch Online launches, according to a press release from Nintendo.
Once Nintendo Switch Online releases, you'll need a subscription to play your Switch games online.
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We already knew the online service would be launching sometime in September but, until now, Nintendo has done little to refine this window. 3 will be joined by Donkey Kong, Ice Climber, The Legend of Zelda, Mario Bros., Soccer, Super Mario Bros. and Tennis.
Taking all of this into consideration, should this be the official route Nintendo is taking, then it would be good news for gamers, as it means that the Big N won't force players to pay an additional fee to get through a paywall barrier between them and their favorite free-to-play titles. The individual plan for a year is set at 20 dollars.
For anyone who enjoys playing certain Switch games online, a subscription will also be required for some games. It runs similarly to that of the Xbox Live or PlayStation Plus programs, even EA's Origins has a similar option for the PC platform. Given that the Switch is also highly portable, it seems like Online play would be a wise investment for hardcore players.
What do you think of the situation?