For as close as we are to Nintendo Switch Online's launch, there are still some crucial details that are unknown.
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Nintendo's Switch online service was first scheduled for a release past year, but was later delayed to Fall 2018. 3, The Legend of Zelda, Dr. Mario and several others - 20 in total at launch. The service includes online play, save data backups for compatible games, and access to a compilation of classic NES games. An additional 10 launch games will be announced in the future.
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It's worth noting that Nintendo has yet to explicitly declare whether or not free-to-play titles such as Fortnite Battle Royale will need the Switch Online Service in order for players to continue accessing it and playing multiplayer matches. For an individual player, this feature will fun about 4 bucks a month, though a three month and twelve month option is also available.
Right now, we know for sure that " Splatoon 2", "ARMS", "Mario Kart 8 Deluxe", "Mario Tennis Aces.", and "Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido" will require the subscription, and other games will "vary". This will make it easier to retrieve game data should you lose your system or start using a new one.More news: Bitcoin is the Best House in a Tough Market: Fundstrat's Tom Lee