During an investors briefing, Disney officially revealed its new digital streaming service Disney+, due out on 12th November this year. The service will include five main hubs covering Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic.
The best news about this reveal for Nintendo fans is the company's intentions to eventually bring the application to the Switch. While nothing concrete has been announced just yet, the below image is an idea of the various video game platforms Disney intends to make the service available on over time:
Currently, the PlayStation 4 is the only system Disney has actually confirmed will be receiving the service. Disney+ will also be available to stream through smart televisions, web browsers, tablets and mobile devices. In addition to this, the service includes parental controls, offline viewing, 4K HDR support and will be priced at $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year.
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