Switch eShop Adds Paypal Support; Cross-Region Buying Not Yet Supported


Pokken Tournament DX is still a few weeks away from bringing the Pokemon universe to the Nintendo Switch for the first time, but the excitement is definitely in the air. The Switch, given its portability, sounds like it's fast becoming the preferred mobile gaming device of frequent travelers who may not keep active lines of credit in their home countries, so PayPal support is a good alternative to have on hand. The Switch demo should be similar in this regard.

However the option to pay from PayPal was already available on Nintendo's website when buying games it also stated that Switch PayPal support will be coming to the United Kingdom and will also gradually be making its way to other parts of the world.

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At launch, purchases made on the Switch required manually inputting credit card numbers with each and every purchase on the eShop. Even if you had a credit card capable of worldwide purchases, it's at least somewhat likely that you'd be subject to fees for making purchases outside of your region.

One of the ways to purchase from the Nintendo Switch eShop is to add funds to your account, and this is done through credit card where you can choose to add funds that are the price of the game, or however much you want to. No more purchasing eShop cards for different regions or any of that.

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