Nintendo Switch Online update out now (version 1.1.2)
Posted on 3 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in Mobile, News | 8 Comments
The Nintendo Switch Online app has received an update. Version 1.1.2 can now be downloaded for all users.
On iOS, Nintendo has added in support for the iPhone X. iOS as well as Android have both seen bug fixes as well.
Source: iOS / Android
Nintendo Switch Online app updated, now has a Splatoon 2 Salmon Run section
Posted on 3 years ago by Matt(@OnePunchMaz) in Mobile, News, Switch | 14 Comments
The Splatoon 2 section of the Nintendo Switch Online app got a slight update. It now has a Salmon Run section, which essentially displays the same information as the Salmon Run section in the game itself: the current and the next Salmon Run Shift including the stage and the available weapons, as well as the times for the three shifts after that.
Splatoon 2: “Summer Vacation Collection” gear available via SplatNet 2 starting tomorrow
Posted on 3 years ago by Matt(@OnePunchMaz) in Mobile, News, Switch | 10 Comments
Some special gear is coming to Splatoon 2. Available exclusively via the SplatNet 2 Gear Shop in the Nintendo Switch Online app, the “Summer Vacation Collection” will be available to purchase from August 11th till August 16th.
Reaching 200,000p in Splatoon 2 gets you mobile wallpapers through SplatNet 2
Posted on 3 years ago by Nick in Mobile, News | 6 Comments
So it looks like when you reach 200,000p in Splatoon 2 you get a couple of wallpapers via SplatNet 2 on the Nintendo Switch Online app. It’s a nice little extra for playing the game.
— SplatNet Companion (@YourSplatnet) August 4, 2017
Nintendo Switch Online app installed by roughly 17% of system owners so far
Posted on 3 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch | 47 Comments
The Nintendo Switch Online app debuted with Splatoon 2 last week. Having been out for several days now, Sensor Tower provides early installation data.
Sensor Tower Store Intelligence estimates that Nintendo Switch Online was installed roughly 780,000 times worldwide. That amounts to about 17 percent of all Switch owners.
Nintendo Switch Online requires you to have your phone screen on for voice chat at all times
Nintendo Switch Online was never going to be the most elegant voice chat option available. Without it being built into the console itself, the solution of chatting with others while playing games requires some effort. However, some sites like Eurogamer raise some concerns in particular.
Perhaps the most troublesome aspect here is that you’ll need to have your phone screen on to properly chat online. Without it, voice chat won’t remain connected. And that unfortunately means that it’ll eat up quite a bit of battery power on your phone.
Nintendo Switch Online app is now functional
Posted on 3 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in Mobile, News | 3 Comments
The Nintendo Switch Online app debuted a bit earlier than expected when it made a surprise appearance on the App Store and Google Play last night. At the time, however, you couldn’t do much.
The good news is that the Nintendo Switch Online app is now functional. The bad news is that you still can’t do much. Without a copy of Splatoon 2, it doesn’t offer any functionality. You should be able to use it come Friday – or if you receive a copy early.
Nintendo Switch Online app has launched
Posted on 3 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in Mobile, News | 10 Comments
The Nintendo Switch Online app looks to be launching slightly early. Nintendo had intended to release it alongside Splatoon 2 on Friday, but it’s already appearing around the world.
You can download the app, though servers are currently undergoing maintenance. It should hopefully be fully live soon.
Nintendo Switch Online: pricing in Europe announced
Posted on 3 years ago by Matt(@OnePunchMaz) in News, Switch | 6 Comments
Nintendo of Europe has followed suit this morning and also announced Nintendo Switch Online. The wording is pretty much exactly the same as in Nintendo of America’s announcement, so it appears that the online service will have the same features across all countries.
The price of the service is also comparable – it will cost €3,99 for one month, €7,99 for three months and €19,99 for twelve months. The £ price will be announced at a later date.