Entertainment behemoth Disney has announced that its new streaming service, Disney+, will be coming to the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One. The fact it's coming to Switch is pretty major, as the platform doesn't currently have Netflix or Amazon Prime.
The subscription-based service is rolling out in the US this year, and Disney plans on bringing it to other regions within the next two years. Disney+ won’t feature video games, but it will include movies and television shows spanning multiple properties, including Disney, Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar, and National Geographic.
While it’s obviously a streaming service, Disney+ will also let you download the show or movie you want to watch, meaning you can enjoy it offline if you fancy it.
In terms of content, some of the biggest shows coming to Disney+ will be Marvel spinoffs Loki, Falcon, and Scarlet Witch. The service itself will run you back $6.99 per month.