What you need to know about the Switch online service

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As an added bonus, Isabelle from Animal Crossing will be joining the roster for Super Smash Bros.

With a new Nintendo Direct broadcast early this morning, it's been a Switch of day so far for news.

With just a few days to spare before the service launches, Nintendo has told us basically everything there is to know about Nintendo Switch Online. 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. Much like the new Animal Crossing, details are scarce. Also announced and coming in January is a remastered of Deluxe edition of the Wii U's New Super Mario Bros.

The Nintendo Switch Online smartphone app will allow users to use voice chat in certain online games.

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The controller will be available for Switch owners from September 18. Warframe launched all the way back in 2013 from Digital Extremes, who mostly worked on multiplayer modules for existing games and ports.

You can pick up New Super Mario Bros. In terms of pricing, a 1-month membership costs £3.49 ($3.99); 3-months cost £6.99 ($7.99); and a 12-month membership costs £17.99 ($19.99).

The game also features two expansion packs, After Dark and Snowfall, which expand on urban planning to include concerns such as nightlife and entertainment and weather elements.

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