Nintendo Releases Latest Software Update
Nintendo unveils its latest software update for Switch console, on March 13, 2018.
Nintendo announced the launch of its latest 5.0 software update for the Switch console, which includes a variety of minor new additions. The update will now provide users a list of new friend suggestions based on their Facebook and Twitter accounts. Its new feature also includes new user account icon options such as the lovable pink Kirby. The company is providing a guide to users to view their friend suggestion list and for adding them to their account.
Other additions to this version include the options to filter news from specific channels. It will also enable easy downloading of information from a PC or smartphone, despite the console being in sleep mode. Users also get the privilege to add specific games to their whitelist in the Switch Parental Controls app, though time limit restrictions will still remain applicable.
Nintendo is also working on revamping the Switch system for hardware updates, with a revision of its SoC. The console will be able to automatically download updates while connected online, however, also gives users the option to manually start the update if they wish.
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