Nintendo Systems Claim Two-Thirds of Hardware Sales

Posted October 21, 2017

Instead, the gaming firm only officially announced the new video capture and data transfer features in the update.

Nintendo released the 4.0.0 firmware update for the Switch console this week and introduced some new features. While it seems a little more tedious than just using a wired headphone, you can attach your wireless headphone receiver through the Switch's bottom USB-C port and get wireless audio that way.

Switch 4.0 officially adds profile and save transfers between Switch systems, which will entirely wipe whatever selected data is moved from the source system.

A tweet from the game's official account confirms that you'll be able to save the past 30 seconds of your journey via the Capture Button. This recording will be kept in your album. Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle was the month's seventh-best-selling game, Metroid: Samus Returns came in eighth place, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild took the number 10 spot with Mario Kart 8: Deluxe claiming the number 11 spot.

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The ability to capture videos clips is probably the biggest addition to the update. However, you should know that this is a permanent migration.

The manufacturer and software team has worked hard for months to ensure they have provided all the essential features that gamers except of this new hybrid console.

Users now have more customization options with new icons for Super Mario Odyssey and Breath of the Wild. It's not a patch on the convenience that Bluetooth audio would provide for wireless headphones on the go, but opens the door for third party accessory makers to create a form fitting dongle or adapter. This gives Switch users a chance to transfer their games should they decide to purchase a new console.