Nintendo Direct Officially Announced for Tomorrow

Nintendo is rolling out its Switch Online service next week

Nintendo Direct Officially Announced for Tomorrow

In addition, Nintendo Switch eShop maintenance has been announced.

The Nintendo Direct that was postponed last week will instead take place tomorrow, September 13, at 11pm BST, Nintendo said this morning. The service launches in North America on Tuesday, September 18. I'd also recommend the cloud saves for those of you with massive completionist save files (looking at you, Breath of the Wild), so you don't have to worry about them being lost for some reason.

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There will be three options of purchase, including a 1-month membership that will cost $3.99 USD, a 3-month that will be $7.99 USD, and a 12-month subscription that will be $19.99 USD. We might hear about more games during the Nintendo Direct on Thursday. More information on all of this will be revealed tomorrow during the Nintendo Direct. Additionally, a 12-month family plan will be available for $34.99 which lets a Nintendo account holder invite up to seven others to join their group and all will have access to Nintendo Switch Online. Nintendo is sweetening the pot by throwing in a library of NES games that you can play with your membership, and some of these games have been updated to be playable online with friends.

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