In the past few hours, a new Nintendo Switch update has been made available that has finally made support for Bluetooth audio devices available
In view of the arrival of the new OLED model, Nintendo has recently decided on a price cut of the basic version of Nintendo Switch. A move not typical of the company, this is certain, but rather predictable considering that otherwise the two models would have diverged too little in terms of expenditure. In the past few hours, moreover, the big N has also made it the new software update of its hybrid console is available, which brings numerous innovations, one of which is very much awaited by all owners. You have already been able to read it in the title, so let’s see together the details of the new one software update 13.0.0.
The novelty everyone is talking about is the ability to connect Bluetooth audio devices to the console. Finally, we would dare to say, considering that there was practically only Nintendo Switch left that did not have this feature. The connection, however, can take place with limitations, well explained by the Nintendo support page. First, only one audio device can be connected at a time, although it will be possible to save the synchronization of 10 different audio devices. Depending on the device used, there may be audio latency phenomena and it is not possible to use the microphones built into the bluetooth devices in use.
There is a new update for #NintendoSwitch, which introduces the ability to use Bluetooth audio devices.
For more information, including some limitations, visit the Consumer Service page: https://t.co/bcjZiMRTA1 pic.twitter.com/bwhtazyRHO
– Nintendo Italia (@NintendoItalia) September 15, 2021
Bluetooth audio devices are also coming to Nintendo Switch!
Also, while using a Bluetooth audio device, you will be able to connect a maximum of two different controllers to the console. Finally, and perhaps the least exciting thing, it will not be possible to use wireless headphones and earphones when playing local wireless multiplayer games: The system will automatically disconnect the device. Sin. On the various Nintendo support pages all the steps to connect, disconnect and reconnect the bluetooth audio devices are explained, we refer you to those for more information.
In short, Bluetooth audio arrives also on Nintendo Switch, finally. What do you think about it? Write it to us below in the comments, we will continue to keep you updated with all the news, guides and reviews on videogame and tech! And if you are interested in game keys at advantageous prices, we recommend that you take a look at the InstantGaming catalog!