As you know, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles do not have to pay for some online services in order to take advantage of multiplayer modes of games. Originally started in 2002 with Xbox Live, this system became logical later by Sony, and new consoles started to be implemented in PlayStation 4 as well. A few months ago, according to Sony’s statement, a total of 20.8 million PlayStation users subscribe to the PlayStation Plus service. Of course, this figure increased even further as Sony’s latest console demanded money for online services. Apparently Nintendo was also influenced by these statistics and decided to demand money for online services, just as it was at a rival consignment to the Nintendo Switch they were going to release in March 2017. According to recent information, the price they demanded was certain.
According to the information leaked by an independent professional on Twitter and on behalf of Serkan Toto, a mobile and playground consultant, the service will require an annual fee of between 2,000-3,000 yen per player. Nintendo Switch, other online services such as PlayStation Plus and Xbox He will charge less money than Live. Another leaked information is that Nintendo has begun working on Nintendo to bring VR support to the Nintendo Switch. The source of the leak is Tatsumi Kimishima. In addition, subscribers to this service will be able to download the monthly classic NES and Super NES games and enjoy discounts for other games.