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Asphalt 9: Out Now on Switch (Splitscreen, online without a Switch online subscription, etc)

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https://gonintendo.com/stories/344729-asphalt-9-legends-available-for-pre-purchase-on-switch

The game offers 4-player local splitscreen, a rare commodity these days, as well as 8-player online without the need for a Nintendo Switch Online account.

It is free-to-play and takes up 1.6GB in file size.

Last edited by curl-6 - on 17 September 2019

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I wonder how they did it.



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vivster said:
I wonder how they did it.

Circumvented Nintendo's online service? Not sure. There are a few third party games now that can be played online without a subscription, not really sure how that works to be honest.



curl-6 said:
vivster said:
I wonder how they did it.

Circumvented Nintendo's online service? Not sure. There are a few third party games now that can be played online without a subscription, not really sure how that works to be honest.

Probably using some ancient technology where you can just access online services without having to go through a paywall. My ancestors told me something about that once. Maybe the technology isn't completely lost yet.



If you demand respect or gratitude for your volunteer work, you're doing volunteering wrong.

Shame its just on Switch, I'd like to play this on Xbox.

But if they could only pick a single console, Switch makes sense.



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vivster said:
curl-6 said:

Circumvented Nintendo's online service? Not sure. There are a few third party games now that can be played online without a subscription, not really sure how that works to be honest.

Probably using some ancient technology where you can just access online services without having to go through a paywall. My ancestors told me something about that once. Maybe the technology isn't completely lost yet.

I too have heard tales of this mythical concept of gamers being allowed to play the games they've purchased online without being screwed over with an additional fee. What a strange notion, allowing a customer access to all modes of the product they bought. (Or in this case, downloaded)

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A mobile only game, perfectly fitting for the switch.



Geralt99 said:
A mobile only game, perfectly fitting for the switch.

Its in the Windows Store as well.

For the discerning gamer that wants a glorious and uncompromised 60 fps 4K experience.



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curl-6 said:
vivster said:
I wonder how they did it.

Circumvented Nintendo's online service? Not sure. There are a few third party games now that can be played online without a subscription, not really sure how that works to be honest.

It's a F2P game. The subscription is not needed to play those online.



Gameloft have confirmed on Twitter the game will be 1080p docked, 720p portable, and 60fps.

A new trailer has also been released, which confirms splitscreen in portable mode.

RedKingXIII said:
curl-6 said:

Circumvented Nintendo's online service? Not sure. There are a few third party games now that can be played online without a subscription, not really sure how that works to be honest.

It's a F2P game. The subscription is not needed to play those online.

Ah, so that's the distinction, thanks.