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Nintendo Switch Online Has 32 Million Subscribers – Games – News

Nintendo has 32 million Nintendo Switch Online subscribers as of September 30 of this year. At about the same time last year, there were still 26 million subscribers, which means a net increase of 6 million subscribers.

The effect of the launch of the Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack subscription has begun Those numbers Unlisted: Only available to Switch owners on October 25th. It’s also clear that growth has slowed somewhat compared to what Nintendo reported last year: when it gained 11 million customers. at that time thanks Nintendo grows with the launch of Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

Nintendo attributes growth to “service improvements,” such as Game experienceEvents, where subscribers can play the game temporarily even if they don’t purchase it, and games that subscribers get free with Nintendo Switch Online. Nintendo says it will “continue to improve” the service.

The Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack offers the ability to play Nintendo 64 games on the console. The service currently offers nine games, including Mario Kart 64, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Super Mario 64, and Star Fox 64. Later, the service will also offer SEGA Mega Drive games. The new subscription costs €40 per year, double the price of the included Nintendo Switch Online subscription and €20 per year.

The new service and its N64 games are currently suffering more than you are Technical defectsSuch as input lag, frame rate issues and graphics that don’t match the original games.

Nintendo made of the week also known It has sold 92 million copies of the Nintendo Switch. It sold 3.8 million consoles last year. Switch OLED is not included in those numbers because it was released very recently.

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