In a tweet, the company confirmed that the service will land on 18 September and said users will be able to download a seven-day trial from the Switch store before committing to a subscription.
The premium service was originally slated to arrive in late 2017, but was eventually pushed back by nearly a year.
The service will cost $3.99/€3.99 for one month, $7.99/€7.99 for three months, and $19.99/€19.99 for a full year.
In addition to downloadable titles and extras available only to subscribers, Switch Online will serve as the console's gateway for online-enabled features regardless of game type.
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The Direct will kick off from 0800 AEST / 0600 AWST / 0730 ACST / 1000 NZST tomorrow.
Nintendo plans to give more details about Nintendo Switch Online at an event tomorrow. Nintendo will also offer a family bundle for $34.99 that allows up to eight people to use the same subscription. Today, Nintendo detailed the firmware update that's coming along with the Switch Online launch, and it's making some changes that Switch owners should definitely know about.