Nintendo Switch Online service launches September 18

Nintendo is rolling out its Switch Online service next week

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In case you've forgotten, the service will work basically like the Xbox Live or PlayStation Plus: You'll pay to play certain games online, get access to cloud saves, and basically anything else that requires connection.

Nintendo has announced their Switch Online memberships will launch in Canada, the U.S. and beyond on September 18, 2018.

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Nintendo now has a new date for the Direct presentation that was scheduled for September 6.

Splatoon 2, ARMS, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Mario Tennis Aces, and Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido are among a few of the games listed as compatible with Nintendo Switch Online. 3 as among the 20 NES games that will be available at launch, with "new games added regularly". These will include Super Mario Bros, Ice Climbers, and the original Legend of Zelda. That all changed today, as Nintendo finally gave Switch Online an actual release date. A family plan serving up to eight Nintendo accounts will be priced at $34.99/€34.99 for twelve months.

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Once Switch Online is out the gate, you'll need an active subscription to play games online.

More details about the service will be revealed in the Nintendo Direct tomorrow.

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