Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima has announced that more Nintendo Switch Online news will be shared on the company’s website in early May.
“Nintendo Switch Online, a paid subscription service that will expand the online functionality of Nintendo Switch, will begin in September of this year,” Kimishima explained.
“The service will provide consumers with a richness of online features that allow them to continuously enjoy Nintendo Switch. More information will be presented on our website in early May.”
Nintendo has promised that the subscription-based service, which launches in September and is required to play online multiplayer, will deliver a “robust online experience” and will be “worth the wait.”
We already know how Nintendo Switch Online will be priced when it launches, what it will generally include, why it was pushed back into 2018, and that it will have “that extra Nintendo twist” to differentiate itself from competitors.