Big news has been shared this week about the Nintendo Switch Online service, which runs live Wednesday, September 19th.
The release date was finally announced after a number of major delays affecting the launch of the service.  And while we already know that NES games will be offered as a bonus, along with several multiplayer features, other great secrets have been shared.
As mentioned above, the new Switch Online service will give players access to a back directory of old Nintendo games.
It's a great little feature that adds a real incentive for those who want old-fashioned titles.
But we also know that these privileges also come with specific provisions.
Subscribe to Nintendo Switch Online will come with the requirement to log in every week to maintain NES games.
The latest information was found on FAQ on FAQ, which confirms that a smooth login plan is required. [1
"If you're unable to start the Nintendo Entertainment System – Nintendo Switch Online, try connecting to the Internet again."
Nintendo adds NES games as part of the benefits of having a subscription online, was a good idea, but this can make the experience for some.
Things will be much clearer when we only know what happens after seven days and how much it annoys switching players.
There is always the chance that Nintendo will extend the period to make it easier for those who do not want to use their Switch Console online.
Another Switch Online secret revealed this week, worries about the cloud and what happens to them through the new service.
According to FAQ, the data is stored from the cloud after your subscription is complete, which can be a massive faff for those who subscribe to a subscription or just a little forgetful.
"Save data saved with Save Data Cloud can not be held outside your Nintendo Switch Online membership duration," adds FAQ.
"Nintendo Entertainment System – Nintendo Switch Online also uses Save Data Cloud, as is the same.
" But if you hold Nintendo Entertainment System – Nintendo Switch Online stores data stored locally on the Nintendo Switch console, you can Use it again if you buy another membership. "
So the players may want to keep an eye on this to see what's happening in the long run and also examine the ability to back up their data.
None of these Nintendo Switch Online Rules will necessarily be a deal switch for many Switch , but there seems to be plenty of room for improvement regarding the reality of running the service efficiently for customers.
NINTENDO SWITCH ONLY INE PRICE
Nintendo Switch Online is similar to Xbox Live and PlayStation Plus, the company's new subscription service.
Nintendo Switch Online will be available for £ 3.49 per month in the UK, £ 6.99 for three months, or £ 17.99 annually.
It's only a 12 month family membership available for £ 31.49. By creating a family group, up to eight people can share a membership, even on different consoles.
And while many will buy the new service for access ten l online games, there are also a number of other benefits as well.
The Nintendo Online Service starts with a selection of classic NES games, which is perfect if you failed to get your hands on a NES Classic Mini.