Nintendo's long-awaited online service finally has a launch date.
Nintendo previously revealed that their online service would be launching in the "second half of September" and would cost significantly cheaper than Xbox Live Gold and PlayStation Plus. A seven-day free trial is also available, and you can find more info here if you're in North America, and here if you're in Europe. Nintendo announced on Wednesday that Nintendo Switch Online memberships will kick off on September 18th, which is less than a week away. These will include Super Mario Bros, Ice Climbers, and the original Legend of Zelda.
This week's Nintendo Direct will be a 35-minute showcase of upcoming 3DS and Switch games.
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Although it was recently revealed that not all games will use cloud saving, including some major first and third party titles. At this point, there aren't a ton of games that will require a Switch Online subscription, simply due to the fact that there aren't many that have an online multiplayer component.