Disney+ Coming to PS4 and Possibly Xbox One and Nintendo Switch

Disney’s new streaming service, Disney+, will apparently be out there for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and presumably the Nintendo Switch. 

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The risk of the streaming service making its solution to consoles was first hinted at by an image included as a part of the Disney+ advertising supplies which clearly exhibits the PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch alongside one other suitable machine. However, on the time that photograph was launched, there was no official phrase concerning whether or not these consoles would help the service. 

Now, issues are a little bit extra clear (and a little bit extra complicated). Disney has confirmed that Disney+ will certainly be out there for PS4 due to a brand new deal between Disney and Sony. However, no related announcement has been made for the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch right now. The implication right here appears to be that Disney has not finalized the same take care of Microsoft and Nintendo. 

While we totally anticipate they’ll attain a take care of Microsoft in time for the service’s launch, Nintendo is essentially the most attention-grabbing identify on this dialog. Currently, the Switch solely helps YouTube and Hulu as its main streaming providers. Could it’s attainable that Disney reached a take care of Nintendo that Netflix and Amazon seemingly have not till this level? It’s actually attainable contemplating that Disney owns a sizeable chunk of Hulu. People have all the time famous that the Switch is a good media streaming machine, however its lack of suitable providers till this level has been disappointing. 

What’s additionally value noting is that we’ll probably see Microsoft and Sony’s new consoles hit {the marketplace} subsequent yr. If that’s the case, then we would totally anticipate for Disney+ to be out there for these gadgets, however once more, there isn’t any affirmation from any of the concerned events that can certainly be the case. 

Disney+ is ready to launch on November 12 and can set you again $6.99 a month with the intention to entry its spectacular library of Disney, Marvel, Pixar, Fox, and Star Wars movies in addition to the entire assortment of The Simpsons and a lot extra. 

Matthew Byrd is a workers author for Den of Geek. He spends most of his days attempting to pitch deep-dive analytical items about Killer Klowns From Outer Space to an more and more perturbed collection of editors. You can learn extra of his work right here or discover him on Twitter at @SilverTuna014

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