Published: Fri, September 14, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Wayne Curry

Nintendo Switch Online launches on September 18th with 7-day free trial

Nintendo Switch Online launches on September 18th with 7-day free trial

Nintendo recently announced that its online subscription service will be going live in the United States on September 18 and a day later in Europe.

The delayed Nintendo Direct didn't hold back in showing off the primary features for the Nintendo Switch Online service.

Some new controllers are making their Switch debut, but they'll look plenty familiar for everyone who knows Nintendo. There's no specific ship date attached to them just yet, but Nintendo are aiming to get them heading toward customers in December. Xbox Live Gold and PlayStation Plus both cost $59.99 for a year-long subscription, while Nintendo Switch Online is available for $19.99 per year for an individual or $34.99 for families.

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So if you want to play some co-op Splatoon 2 or maybe some ARMS, then you'll need one of these. These will include Super Mario Bros, Ice Climbers, and the original Legend of Zelda.

In Japan, the wireless controllers offered to Switch Online members will be based on the classic Famicom design, with the pads sporting an adzuki red, black and gold color scheme.

Nintendo Switch owners will not be automatically charged when the service launches in the second half of September, the company confirmed last month. You will only be able to unlink a user account from a Nintendo Account until 8 p.m. ET on Sep.

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