Nintendo drops details about Switch Online—and it’s not all good news


With just under two weeks to go before all some is revealed at E3, Nintendo delivered a double-edged surprise: we know how the Switch online service will work, but it’s not arriving on time.

Previously pegged for a fall 2017 launch, Nintendo Switch Online — as the subscription service is known — will now be available sometime in 2018. 

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There are pricing tiers for 1-month ($3.99) and 3-month ($7.99) subscriptions, but the $19.99 1-year option offers the most value. It’s worth noting that this is roughly $40 cheaper than competing services for PlayStation and Xbox. Read more…

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