Back in 2017, when the Nintendo Switch launched, people had pretty high hopes for the console. On the other hand, no one knew exactly that the hybrid console would be able to compete against Xbox One and the PS 4 because of the fact that the former consoles had already managed to have enormous fan bases.
But, the console turned out to be a massive hit, which made a lot of Nintendo fans really happy. It’s also worth noting that the exclusive games that the console has to offer and the hybrid technology that makes it possible to play on the Nintendo Switch without having to use a really big screen, and this was truly welcomed in the gamers’ community.
The amazing console is celebrating its third anniversary since it was launched, and they are marking this hugely important event with the launch of a new update, making fans excited.
So, brace yourselves because there’s a new patch that’s coming your way.
Nintendo Switch gets an update
The new update for the console is changing the version number to the 9.2.0, and it’s available the download via the OTA channels. This means that when the Nintendo Switch fans are accessing the Nintendo Eshop or other online services, the update will start the download.
You also have the option to head over to the System Update option in the System Settings menu and choose to download the update manually.
The new update doesn’t bring any new features, and it doesn’t have any changes for the UI.
On the other hand, it comes with a minor update that is focused on improving the overall stability of the Nintendo Switch by introducing some under the hood software boosts and bug fixes.
All in all, this update will definitely make sure to boost the UX.