Like you may remember, it was assumed that Switch's paid membership program would originally come in late 2017, but then it was delayed because it needed more time. And fortunately, Nintendo took that time to make it as solid or attractive as possible.
Nintendo said earlier that membership prices would be $ 4 USD for 1 month, $ 8 for 3 months or $ 20 for a year. This would make the offer $ 40 cheaper than what Sony and Microsoft offer with their consoles.
Since September is not that far, hopefully this next information dump is exactly that, a dumpster, and not just a small spill. More specifically, I would like Nintendo to finally reveal and expose exactly what will be offered and what will not be offered. Fortunately it's more than less, but given its offer price, I'm not sure what to expect.
If there's basic online gaming functionality, some kind of cloud-based storage / storage system and a free game offer every month, I'll be happy.
In other recent and related news, the Nintendo Switch continues to sell itself as hot cakes on national hot-bread days at the international pancake fair: exceeding 17 million units in just one year. And, as expected, his killer lineup of top-level games is also working very well.