Cloud Saves Disappear If Your Nintendo Switch Online Subscription Ends

After my Nintendo Switch Online subscription expires, will my Save Data Cloud files and Nintendo Entertainment System - Nintendo Switch Online save data be erased? First of all they are only compatible with Nintendo Switch Online's NES games. How about "Splatoon 2?".

Starting September 18, you'll need a Nintendo Switch Online Service subscription to play the multiplayer modes of many Switch games, but Fortnite won't be one of them.

The multiple Final Fantasy games on Nintendo Switch that will be coming out, however, are some of the series's best ones, that have all come with good reviews. Its latest release, Animal Crossing Pocket Camp, is also played by millions of fans.

The real question here, however, is how well the service will hold up. Mobile fans will still get to enjoy it on the go thanks to the Switch's mobile capabilities, but those who've been waiting for the chance to play it on a bigger screen are finally getting their wish after an eight years of waiting. Updates to the application have been sparse and it seems that there has not been a ton of developers jumping at the chance to integrate app functionality into their games.

/ Better keep paying for your Switch Online subscription if you want that cloud-based save data to remain accessible.

LEGO DC Super Villains: A new LEGO game is always an exciting announcement. Additionally, third-party games like the upcoming "Diablo 3" will apparently require the service. The statement suggests that your cloud saves will be deleted with no way to get them back if you miss a payment. It will launch alongside the game on December 7.

One of the worst design decisions in recent memory was the switch from players moving around the board individually to a shared vehicle that players take turns driving in Mario Party 9. The game is even playable across platforms - Switch players can join up with friends on Xbox One, PC, Mac, and even smartphones (only the PlayStation 4 is excluded). While this sounds pretty definitive on the matter, another area states that Nintendo is "unable to guarantee" that the data will still be available for an "extended period of time" after the membership has ended.

  • Arturo Norris