At launch, Nintendo Switch Online will feature the NES - NSO, a collection of classic games you've known and loved for generations. This could be bad news for those that were hoping for a more chat-oriented app direct in the system.
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. In addition to this, Nintendo touts cloud saves and access to games from its Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) console as other advantages of using the service.
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That's about all we know about Nintendo Switch Online at the moment. Additionally, a family membership (which supports up to eight players) will be able to be purchased for $34.99. Switch Online will also include a new smartphone app that will add even more features, including voice chat with friends during online play and an "Online Lounge" where you can send and receive messages and friend requests. 3 will be joined by Donkey Kong, Ice Climber, The Legend of Zelda, Mario Bros., Soccer, Super Mario Bros. and Tennis. Will you be paying for Switch Online, or will you be sticking to offline gaming? So, while the games are only available for subscribers, players don't need to play them online... or be connected online. Nintendo has plans to announce the remaining 10 launch games "in the future". A one month membership will cost $3.99, while a three-month membership will cost $7.99.
Easily the most requested feature since the Nintendo Switch launched, Save Data Cloud Backup is exactly as it sounds (despite a mouthful title). The service will be needed to play multiplayer titles like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and the upcoming Super Smash Bros. More details about this will be revealed before the launch. Family memberships will also be available for $35 per year.