- If you delete your Nintendo Network ID, your account will be deactivated and you will need to create a new one.
Deleting my original NNID (Reasons why are on this video)
If you delete a Nintendo Network ID, your account will be deactivated and you will not be able to play any games, access any services, or make any purchases on the Nintendo platforms.
It is not recommended to delete your Nintendo account. If you need to delete it for any reason, please do so in a responsible manner and follow the instructions that came with the account deletion.
Yes, deleting a NNID deletes all the data associated with that NNID.
No, you do not need Nintendo Network ID. Nintendo 3DS and Wii U use their own system IDs.
Yes, you can create a new Nintendo Network ID.
Nintendo has a system called Nintendo eShop that you can use to find your old Nintendo ID. To do this, you will need to go to the Nintendo eShop and sign in with your old account information. Once you have signed in, you will see a list of your old games and systems. You can select one of these systems and it will take you to a page where you can find your old Nintendo ID.
It is not possible to delete a Switch account.
Yes, most games will still be playable on your Nintendo account even if you lose your console.
Nintendo does not offer a way to recover deleted Nintendo Accounts.
Nintendo Network ID is not a secure system. It is possible for someone to access your personal information by guessing your Nintendo Network ID.
There is no one definitive way to get a Nintendo Network ID on a Switch. However, many people have reported success by using the Nintendo Switch Online service. To use Nintendo Switch Online, you will need to create an account and connect your console to the internet. Once connected, you can use the system’s online capabilities to sign in and create a new Nintendo Network ID.
Yes, you can use the same Nintendo ID on both your 3DS and your Wii U.
Nintendo Network ID is used to access online services on the Nintendo 3DS family of systems.
No, Nintendo Network ID is not the same as the switch.
No, the Nintendo Switch account is not the same as the Nintendo Account on other platforms.