Besides NESgames, the Nintendo Online service features Data Cloud Backup, a feature that has been requested the most for the NintendoSwitch.
Paying for an online Switch subscription will also let you take multiplayer games like Splatoon 2, Arms, and Mario Kart 8 online.
There's no sign of anything about voice chat, although the existing Nintendo Switch Online, which is now used only for Splatoon 2, is advertised as one of the features. Launching in September, the paid service provides Switch owners with a plethora of online quality of life features, including - most notably - the ability to back up your save data.
One of the biggest changes coming to the Nintendo Switch in September this year, is that the online component will no longer be free.
Starting today on Nintendo's website, new details about the upcoming online platform for the Nintendo Switch were quietly revealed. A one month membership will cost $3.99, while a three-month membership will cost $7.99. Some even went to the extent of suggesting that GameCube titles would release on the Nintendo Switch through the Nintendo Virtual Console.
Nintendo also promises a compatible smartphone app to "enhance your online experience", plus members-only special deals and offers will also be forthcoming in the future.
The other 10 will be announced soon, Nintendo is promising, with moreadded "on a regular basis". Friends can even watch each other play single-player games online, and pass the controller at any time.
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