Nintendo Switch Online is Nintendo’s paid subscription service for the Nintendo Switch that allows for cloud save data back ups and online multiplayer. It launched last week for the hybrid console. However it seems that gamers in China are unable to play Nintendo Switch games online since the service’s launch. The reason for
Nintendo Switch Online is now live. The service allows Nintendo Switch owners access to online multiplayer, select NES games, and the ability to save game data to the cloud. It follows the arrival of Nintendo Switch system update 6.0.0 and a brief period of maintenance on the Nintendo eShop. The Nintendo
Nintendo Switch Online, the upcoming subscription-based service that is set to make online play a paid feature, might not be needed for free-to-play games. A keen-eyed Nintendo Switch user has pointed out on gaming forum Reset Era that the Nintendo eShop descriptions for standard online titles and free-to-play online titles have a major difference.