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The Nintendo Switch has been out for over a year and it’s a monster hit but this entire time it hasn’t offered a proper online service. That’s going to change next Tuesday, September 18. Nintendo has shared most of the details about the service and there’s good news, bad news, and just weird news.
The beloved video game company had a lot of announcements in its latest Nintendo Direct yesterday and it’s posted some more details about Nintendo Switch Online (NSO) to its website. Up until now, if you played games like Splatoon 2 online, it was free. Starting Tuesday, you’ll have to cough up £3.49 per month or £17.99 per year for the privilege of splatting opponents on
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