11 November, 2017
Nintendo has announced the USA cord cutting service Hulu will be the first major streaming service to land on the Switch. Beginning later today, Hulu subscribers will now be able to use their Nintendo Switch to stream all their favorite TV whether they're at home or on the go. The download is free, but users will need to have a Hulu subscription in order to access content. Hulu has both a general plan for $7.99 a month as well as a Live TV Plan for $39.99 a month, both of which will be honored on the Switch. A decent suite of streaming options is no doubt on its way to the Switch, starting with Hulu.
Many saw that the Nintendo Switch was a flawless game console for video streaming services since it's pretty much like a tablet. No word yet on when Nintendo fans from Europe and other regions can start streaming on their Switches.
As distracting as the Switch's odd hyper depth-of-field look can be, it does have one significant advantage over any other version: it's portable.
In many ways you have to admire Nintendo's restraint here in prioritising the gaming experiences on the Nintendo Switch.
Broncos Name Brock Osweiler Starting QB, Likely To Face Patriots Week 10
However, the Broncos have seen enough of Osweiler to know what he is and are likely just hoping he will cut down on turnovers. The Broncos will look to snap their three-game skid when they visit the Eagles at 1 p.m.
Nintendo debuted the Switch - a hybrid console that can be connected to a TV or used as a mobile device - in March 2017.
Is Nintendo Switch Netflix Coming Next?
Apps like Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, Spotify, and HBO GO, which have always been available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, have yet to make an appearance in the eShop, Nintendo's digital store. Besides, you will be able to watch live TV channels like ESPN, CNN, and FX with Hulu Live TV.
Modern video game consoles can do a lot more than just play games.