Nintendo Switch Online coming in 2018

Nintendo Switch Online coming in 2018

Nintendo Switch Online coming in 2018

Japanese gaming giant Nintendo has reported its most profitable quarter since 2009, largely thanks to the success of its 10-month-old Switch console.

When Nintendo announced the Switch in 2016, the firm claimed to have "reinvented gaming" with a console that also doubled as a tablet.

First up, the company has explained that it expects the Nintendo Switch's lifespan to outlive that of traditional generations.

Therefore, we can expect early adopters of the Switch to benefit from the lengthy lifespan for nearly a decade to come.

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Nintendo has announced it will launch its paid subscription for its Nintendo Switch online services in September. The Wii U was not.

Until then, all you Switch owners can keep on collecting Power Moons in Super Mario Odyssey, as Nintendo continues to roll out those sweet exclusives. Here's a few more confirmed or rumoured to be coming to the console in 2018 and beyond. Previously, we've seen how its sales numbers compare with the PS4's, but let's now look at how it stacks up with Nintendo's last two consoles. The list of games available during the month will only be available for the month itself. Pokémon is a super obvious one that tons of people would gladly pay for.

REUTERS/Kim Kyung-HoonAn event guest plays with the Nintendo Switch in Tokyo, Japan during its announcement on January 13, 2017. It would probably be worth it for Nintendo to open up a small selection of GBA games for the 3DS just for that one game.

With an origami aesthetic, Mario and Luigi's dinosaur friend will be venturing out at some point during 2018 - Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima did not provide a more specific window during his February 1 financial report. It seems like a surefire way to keep people buying software for the console as it finishes what is likely its past year in relevance, not to mention it would certainly make plenty of fans happy.

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