Nintendo will allow users to save their Switch games in September
It seems great, right? A way that you can save a game that you are playing on the Switch with a cloud save; this should be a dream come true for gamers playing on Nintendo Switch. The Nintendo Switch lets you play on the console, and then you can play on your TV with the click of a few buttons.
Nintendo Switch Online will be launching as a paid service and will be the only way to cloud save a game. Other features will include online gameplay, meaning that users will be able to battle players from all over the world, in games such as Splatoon 2, ARMS, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Mario Tennis, Aces, and Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido.
Online gaming will be added to the Switch with 20 games, for the first time ever, with more games to be added to the service after the launch. Cloud Save, a feature that players have wanted, will be announced in September with more details. The last feature will be the Nintendo Switch App, a way to enhance the game experiences with a mobile app.
The service plans will be as follows: $3.99 for one month, $7.99 for 3 months and $19.99 for a full year plan. A family plan, where a Nintendo account owner can add up to seven members for $34.99 a year, will also be available.
Currently, the saves are tied to your Nintendo Switch device, with no ability to do a backup save until this service comes out in a few months. “Details about this feature will be available before the paid service launches in September," says the website FAQ.
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