The Nintendo Switch Online Service debuts in the second half of September, and the Japanese company detailed what players will get for their subscriptions.
The Switch Online membership will give players access to online games in games like Splatoon 2, Arms, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Mario Tennis Aces.
Players can also access classic Nintendo Entertainment System games like Super Mario Bros. 3, The Legend of Zelda and Dr. Mario with recently added online games.
Players also get Save Data Cloud backup, which allows you to save your game data online for easy access in compatible games. This makes it easy to get your game data if you lose your system or start using a new one.
And players will also access features on the Nintendo Switch smartphone app and receive special offers. Additional details about Nintendo Switch Online, including the exact launch date, will be announced closer to the launch.
Nintendo Switch owners will not automatically become members when the service starts, so they must purchase individually or family members in order to avoid disturbances of their online games in compatible games. Individual membership costs $ 4 a month, or $ 8 for three months, or $ 20 for a year. For family membership with up to eight members, the subscription fee is $ 35 for a year.