Nintendo Switch Online service launches September 18

Posted September 14, 2018

The long-awaited start of the online service for Nintendo's hybrid console is set in stone.

You may have received an email from Nintendo regarding your Switch account settings, but just in case you haven't yet, we've got you covered. Memberships for Nintendo Switch Online begin on September 18, 2018, and users will be able to test out the service with a 7-day free trial via the Nintendo eShop.

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"Depending on the game, players can engage in online competitive or co-op multiplayer, or take turns controlling the action", Nintendo said earlier this year. The company then finally confirmed a specific launch date on Wednesday, stating in a tweet that more information about the online service will be revealed during a rescheduled Nintendo Direct stream on September 13th.

"Friends can even watch each other play single-player games online, and "pass the controller" at any time". You can save a few bucks by opting for a three-month membership for $7.99 or a 12-month subscription for $19.99.

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Nintendo Switch Online will also give subscribers the ability to back up their save data in the cloud. Family subscriptions are also available for $54.95, which supports up to eight accounts under the one Family Group.

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