"Save data stored via the Save Data Cloud backup is available for as long as you have an active Nintendo Switch Online membership", reads the official FAQ. Many games played through Nintendo Switch will not strictly require a subscription now. However they won't be available to everyone and they won't work in all games.
Those after a truly authentic retro feel will nearly certainly want to pick up Nintendo's latest accessory - wireless NES controllers. Dedicated portable-only players can look forward to Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn, Mario and Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey, YO-KAI WATCH BLASTERS, and a remake of the original GameCube Luigi's Mansion. That, combined with voice chat being relegated to the phone app still, leaves the service looking rather tepid. The basic red-and-blue or grey are nice enough, but I never cared for the Splatoon 2 pink and green. So if your machine gets lost or is damaged, you've lost the many hours of progress you've put in.
Another annoyance will likely come from the fact that Nintendo won't hold onto your cloud saves if your subscription isn't active. Nintendo has even mentioned the fact that they would keep adding new games on a regular basis. Splatoon 2, Dark Souls and Federation Internationale de Football Association 19 will all have cloud saves disabled, and other titles may have the feature turned off in the future.
Nintendo has only revealed two exclusive deals for Nintendo Switch Online subscribers to this point.
Super Mario Party: These games are expected now for each new Nintendo system. 3 and Donkey Kong. After the lukewarm reception of the Wii U, many were beginning to wonder if the company would be able to survive in today's console market.
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It was a peanut butter and chocolate-esque pairing: The explosively popular "Fortnite" with the explosively popular Nintendo Switch console. A subscription costs $3.99 per month, $7.99 for 3 months, or $19.99 for the year, making it far cheaper than Sony's and Microsoft's equivalent online subscription services. However, you can also sign up for smaller periods.
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A Family Membership for up to eight accounts is also available for $34.99 per year. Among many FF games, players can expect to see VII, IX, and X to be released throughout 2018 and into 2019.