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New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe announced for Switch

15 September 2018

Nintendo provided further details about the Nintendo Switch Online service yesterday during the Nintendo Direct presentation.

However, the announcement of these controllers also seems to confirm that SNES games and controllers are coming to the system down the line.

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We are unable to guarantee that cloud save data will be retained after an extended period of time from when your membership is ended. That's going to be a bit of a pain if you are taking your Switch on holiday.

One small section of this FAQ talks about those precious cloud save files, specifically explaining what happens to them when your Nintendo Switch Online subscription expires.

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The online service, which also includes access to (previously free) online multiplayer and the ability to back up game save data on the cloud, is $4 for one month, $8 for three months, and $20 for a full year. To get access to this online library you must pay to subscribe to the Nintendo Switch Online service which allows access to old NES games as a perk.

Save data stored with Save Data Cloud can not be kept outside of the duration of your Nintendo Switch Online membership. Subscriptions can be purchased in one-month (US $4 / £3.49 / AU $6), three-month (US $8 / £7 / AU $12), and 12-month (US $20 / £18 / AU $30) increments, while a 12-month family plan costs U.S. $35 / £31.49 / AU $55. Ultimate, as well as an adapter that enables you to play with it on Nintendo Switch. Have these newly-revealed restrictions changed your mind?

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New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe announced for Switch