Action-adventure game The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom will go on sale only on May 12, but marketing materials for the game have already begun to be distributed among retailers.
A Dutch gamer managed to take a picture of a flyer for an upcoming Nintendo Switch exclusive at a local store that mentions support for Nintendo Switch Online.
Among the benefits that the Nintendo Switch Online subscription service unlocks is online access, but no multiplayer or co-op modes have been announced for the Breath of the Wild sequel. In addition, looking closely at the lower right corner of the leaflet, you can see that the project will only be designed for a single passage.
If the developers are not preparing any sudden online announcements for Tears of the Kingdom at future Nintendo Direct , then NSO will be needed for it not for multiplayer, but for other network functionality – most likely a cloud save service, which was also supported in the first part.