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Nintendo Switch's paid online service launches in September

Online multiplayer is free on Nintendo Switch and it'll remain that way until September 2018. That's when Nintendo plans to finally launch its subscription-based online service for the system. #NintendoSwitch Online will launch in September 2018! — Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) February 1, 2018 Aside from the updated launch window, the company didn't share any new details -- though it sounds like we'll hear more specifics soon enough.
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