Nintendo has finally pulled back the curtain (somewhat) on the online service they’re bringing to the console this September. For starters, this isn’t going to be the same kind of robust online service PlayStation and Xbox users have grown used to over the years. It’s actually rather bare bones compared to PSN and Xbox Live, but thankfully Nintendo has taken that into consideration. So, here’s what we know:
It’ll be relatively cheap
I repeat, Switch Online won’t be anywhere near what the competition offers at launch. However, It looks like Nintendo has priced it accordingly. Price points are:
One month: $3:99
Three Months: $7.99
One Year: $19.99
One Year (Family Plan): $34.99
The “family plan” allows up to 8 different users to enjoy all the services features, even if they’re on different devices.
So what do we get with it?
Nintendo Entertainment System – Switch Online
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