Nintendo Switch Online App To Debut With Splatoon 2 On July 21

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Nintendo plans to open its backlog of classic games on its all-in-one Switch console as part of the company's new online subscription service, reports Kotaku.

During a Nintendo Direct event on Thursday, Nintendo announced a new app called Nintendo Switch Online. Finally, in a way, because by going to download the game Splatoon 2 Splatfest World Premier on the Switch eShop, it is possible to create his character, make a tutorial, and vote for the first festival of the game.

The goal of the app, per Nintendo's website, is to enhance the online experience for compatible Switch games. SplatNet 2 lets Splatoon 2 users check out their online play stats and info on upcoming game features.

Nintendo hasn't given many details about Nintendo Switch Online, but it will launch to players for free later this year, but will later cost an annual fee of $19.99. You'll also be able to send sweet in-game gear from the app to your game. We've yet to try out the Nintendo Switch Online app just yet, but it sounds like it'll feature a fairly robust set of options.


Splatoon 2 is launching with a third-party headset, which looks like the funky headsets characters in the game wear.

Nintendo told fans that in Splatoon 2, players will be able to invite others via the Online app to League Battles, Private Battles, and Splatfest Battles across social media and other services. The app gives out more features. 3 and Dr. Mario from the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES).

"Splatoon 2 is a huge, robust sequel to the original Splatoon", said Doug Bowser, Nintendo of America's Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Nintendo has been rather reticent in allowing online services due to security concerns regarding youthful players.

It's even possible to browse and purchase gear from a SplatNet shop, using coins that you've earned in-game. Finally the single player Adventure mode returns as you rescue Callie of the Squid Sisters from the Octarians.

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