Nintendo sets a start date for Switch online service

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Nintendo has announced their Switch Online memberships will launch in Canada, the U.S. and beyond on September 18, 2018. The same studio who made those ports happen, Tantalus Media, is the one responsible for the Switch port as well.

A total of two controllers will be sold together for $59.99 Dollars; pre-orders for the upcoming controller option start on September 18 on the Nintendo.com website, though it is unclear when shipping will begin.

In addition to this, they've also confirmed that system software 6.0.0 will release alongside Nintendo Online.

Nintendo is holding its first Nintendo Direct presentation since E3 2018, and during the prerecorded broadcast, it is announcing game updates as well as new hardware, such as NES-style controllers for the Switch.

The controllers are $60 and are available exclusively for Nintendo Switch Online members. There will also be cloud-based saves.

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Limit one purchase per Nintendo Account with paid Nintendo Switch Online individual or family membership. Super Mario Bros. and forthcoming Excitebike and Ice Climber games.

Nintendo will reveal further details about the plans tomorrow, during its rescheduled Direct show. Both have offered online services for years, but at a much costlier price.

Will you be signing up for Switch Online once it debuts on September 18th?

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

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