Online Play: Something we've also known about for some time, Nintendo Switch Online membership gives you access to online features in games.
And the good news doesn't stop there, because these games will also be playable online.
Nintendo says that even more features for Nintendo Switch Online service will be shared soon, meaning there's even more in store than what was announced today. Family pricing comes in just 12 month package for $34.99, but this will let you share a subscription with up to seven other accounts (both adult and child) that are in a "family group" - you can create these from 15th May. These will be able to be played online with other players, which makes them more fully featured than previous Virtual Console ports.
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Nintendo has already announced ten of the launch games (see the gallery above), including Super Mario Bros 3, The Legend of Zelda and Ice Climbers. These NES games will also offer online multiplayer for those who are interested in playing them online. Individual Pricing starts at $3.99 for one month, $7.99 for three months, and $19.99 for a full year, which is a considerable discount compared to Nintendo's competitors. Until the service launches, you can play those games online for free. The NES Library will initially launch with access to 20 games, and more will be added on a regular basis. Apart from the ability to play online in titles like Splatoon 2 and the upcoming Super Smash Bros. It's not exactly the robust list that the Virtual Console boasts on the Wii U or 3DS, but that doesn't mean Nintendo is abandoning its lineup of classics. More classic games are likely to follow.
"Details about this feature will be available before the paid service launches in September", the company said.
Having the one year membership at a $40 value is astronomical and gamechanging.
With the news that the paid Nintendo Switch Online subscription service will provide access to a growing selection of NES games with added online play, Nintendo has now confirmed that the Virtual Console will not return.