Good news for Nintendo Switch owners.
It appears that Disney’s recently announced Disney+ streaming service will be available on Nintendo’s handheld console.
The news comes from a presentation slide showing the new streaming service’ availability on consoles.
Will Disney plus come to Nintendo switch?
Best answer: Yes, Disney+ will be coming to Nintendo Switch eventually, but it isn’t available just yet. Disney hasn’t revealed when we can expect this streaming service to come to the gaming system, either.
What can I watch Disney plus on?
How to watch Disney Plus:
- Desktop web browsers.
- Mobile devices and tablets (Android and Apple).
- Smart TVs (LG WebOS, Samsung Tizen, Android TV)
- Boxes and game consoles (Apple TV 4th Gen and later, PlayStation 4, Roku, Xbox One)
- Streaming devices (Chromebook, Chromecast, Apple AirPlay, Amazon Fire TV)
Can you get Disney plus on TV?
Disney Plus is compatible with Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, PlayStation 4 and Xbox. You’ll be able to enjoy Disney Plus content on the go, too. The service supports but Android and iOS, so you can watch from your iPhone, iPad, Android phone and so on.
Will Netflix be on Nintendo switch?
You can’t watch Netflix on a Nintendo Switch, but you can stream content with YouTube, Hulu, and other supported apps. Until January 2019, you could watch Netflix on an original Nintendo Wii, but the service was discontinued that month — although you can still access Netflix via the Wii U console.