Nintendo Switch Online Hacked During Day One

You can now share your Switch game downloads across consoles

You can now share your Switch game downloads across consoles

Nintendo Switch Online just went live earlier this week, but it has already been hacked.

Yes, we've played all these games many times before, but Nintendo will regularly add to this library of games, and nine more will be available by the end of the year. If you deactivate the primary console, the next Switch you use to sign in to your Nintendo Account and access the Nintendo eShop becomes the primary.

Nintendo Switch Online can be purchased in three ways - by a one-month subscription for $3.99 United States dollars, a three-month subscription for $7.99, and a 12-month subscription for $19.99 USD.

These NES games, which include stuff like Super Mario Bros. Once that trial is donezo you can spend $3.99, $7.99, or $19.99 for one, three, or 12 months respectively (you can also apply Gold Coins to your balance). There are some games which do not require the service, such as Fortnite since it's free-to-play, but most other definitely do.

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Save Data Cloud Backup: The Save Data Cloud backup that comes with Nintendo Switch Online memberships automatically creates a backup copy of save data for compatible Nintendo Switch games.

Bottom line: Thanks to Nintendo being "lazy", gamers with hacked Switches can add their own ROMs to the Switch's NES app. Nintendo is probably watching and waiting with the ban hammer, however, so proceed with caution.

While using a non-primary console, you can still use the Nintendo Account to access the Nintendo eShop, purchase and download software, and under certain conditions, play your downloadable software. These games can be played locally or online with friends.

Special Offers: A Nintendo Switch Online membership also gives people access to special offers, such as the exclusive chance to purchase a pair of wireless Nintendo Entertainment System Controllers, which look like the original NES controller. Of course, the use case for this is for households with more than one Switch system. The game will supposedly operate through the Nintendo Switch Online database and will see a release later this year.

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