If you have multiple Switch users on a single home system, you'll definitely want to check your account settings and make sure all the accounts are in order. Originally set to launch in 2017, Nintendo ended up having to delay the service multiple times before eventually landing on the second half of September. For example, we now know that Nintendo Switch Online is coming september 18.
"Depending on the game, players can engage in online competitive or co-op multiplayer, or take turns controlling the action", Nintendo said earlier this year.
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The service also unlocks access to a library of NES games, including Super Mario Bros. We might hear about more games during the Nintendo Direct on Thursday. You can save a few bucks by opting for a three-month membership for $7.99 or a 12-month subscription for $19.99.
Nintendo's latest Direct dished up a few spooky surprises including the announcement Luigi's Mansion 3 was on the way. There's also a family membership option which costs $34.99 per year and allows up to 8 accounts to be connected.
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If you've been waiting for more concrete details on the Switch Online service, Nintendo-barring any last minute interruptions-will finally have some news for you tomorrow morning.
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