Nintendo Switch Online Service’s Release Dates Announced; More Info Coming Tomorrow

Todd Singleton
September 14, 2018

It sounds like starting September 18th users will be unable to unlink a Nintendo Account from a Switch User Profile.

Are you excited for Switch Online to hit, or are you just disappointed that you'll have to pay to play online soon?

Nintendo's also teasing "20 NES games with added online play for the first time ever" as soon as the service debuts, but so far hasn't indicated which titles we'll be getting first. Nintendo announced on Wednesday that Nintendo Switch Online memberships will kick off on September 18th, which is less than a week away. Online play, Save Data Cloud backup and Nintendo Switch Online smartphone app features available in compatible games.

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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. The company is planning on speaking about upcoming Nintendo 3DS and Switch titles, so be prepared for some possible character reveals for Super Smash Bros. There's also a family membership option which costs $34.99 per year and allows up to 8 accounts to be connected.

Stay tuned! We'll be watching the Nintendo Direct live, and breaking down every announcement and reveal as they happen.

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