Nintendo's update is available now as a free download to Switch consoles. The Switch is still without a virtual console, without cloud backup for game saves and without support for legacy controllers - why must we pay $70 for a new Pro Controller when the Wii U Pro Controller has all the same buttons? It resulted from a feature (HDMI-CEC) in modern TVs that allows them to automatically change their input source when a connected device is turned on.
The update also makes some additional adjustments to the console, including a smarter storage system that will sense when the console is out of room and will suggest which things you can delete to make the space for whatever you're downloading.
Nevertheless, Nintendo is hard at work on crafting system updates, with the latest version 3.0 update being pushed out last night.
A new programme has been announced for the Nintendo Switch games console that will let users code their own 2D and 3D video games. The hybrid console is quite slow in its manufacture, but they do concentrate on giving out updates that will make the Switch experience better.
The software update, which was first reported on by gaming site IGN, will also fix some glitches users had witnessed, including a problem that caused certain game software updates to fail. Nintendo also introduced numerous quality of life improvements for the Switch.
In case you don't know where your controller is, now you can find it by making it vibrate. The new update makes it even easier to play with friends. Changes to the interface include notifications for when friends come online, the option to change the user icon order on the Home Menu and the ability to subscribe to game channels.
The pro controller also sees an update for pro players.
Additionally, users can now change display colors to Invert Colors or Grayscale and lower the maximum volume for headphone or speakers connected to the audio jack.