Nintendo brings on July 21, Switch app for smartphones from
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Nintendo brings on July 21, the Nintendo Switch Online app for smartphones. The app works together with the game Splatoon 2 for the Nintendo Switch.
That reports IGN. It is a limited variant of the previously announced online service for the Switch. That service will appear in 2018 and will cost twenty dollar (about 17,50 euro) per year. The limited version is free until the full version becomes available.
With the app, players can remotely various statistics from Splatoon. For example, they can see how much surface area all ondergespoten with paint and what weapons they use most. It is also possible to use other players to talk during a match.
In addition, players can see which cards are in the queue for the online mode of the game. Through the so-called SplatNet it is possible to include new weapons to buy. Which are then to pick up as the game is played.
Both Splatoon 2 as the Nintendo Switch Online-app to appear on July 21.
Trailer: Splatoon 2