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.
Nintendo has revealed that their upcoming Nintendo Switch Online service will be launching next Tuesday, September 18, and will arriving with a 7-day free trial from the Nintendo eShop. Notice how the words "Nintendo Switch Online" are nowhere to be found.
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As well as enabling online play, it will give paying members access to a selection of multiplayer-enabled NES titles, cloud saves, special store discounts and offers, and a companion app for smartphones. 3, Donkey Kong, Ice Climber, and The Legend of Zelda. Some of the games that will be available at launch include Dr. Mario, Super Mario Bros.
Nintendo Switch Online pricing plans in Canada will start at $4.99 per month. You also have the option of a family subscription.
By this point, it seems we know pretty much everything we need to know about Nintendo Switch Online, save for one key detail: its release date.