Nintendo Switch: system update to version 13.2.0

System stability reaches new heights with the new Nintendo Switch update: this is what version 13.2.0 consists of

We made a lot of jokes aboutsystem update for the hybrid console of Nintendo, but the latest update of Switch it really seems to bring us back to the jokes about those seen on 3DS. The dataminer OatmealDome, as we will see shortly, he embarked on the task of deciphering what else is hidden in the only note of the patch released by the Kyoto giant. Apparently, the only change made to the firmware is on its “nim” component. If there is a problem that this update should put an end to, let’s assume it is communication with the notification servers.

A curious system update for Nintendo Switch

When it comes to system stability, generally it is an update aimed almost only at anti-piracy measures and, probably, the Nintendo Switch one is no exception. However, according to OatmealDome there is more: now the console supports the CADPA, the system of rating fresh from establishment in China. Recall that the last update dates back to September, with version 13.0.0. This latest update added support for Bluetooth headsets without third-party adapters.

Since the launch of version 13.0.0, players can directly connect all kinds of Bluetooth headsets to the console. Also, for anyone who owns a model OLED, you can also upgrade the new version of the dock, which has Ethernet ports. Before then, the 11.0.0 update included the Nintendo Switch Online icon in the HOME menu, also making it easier to transfer the contents of the Album to your mobile or PC.

Now it’s up to you to tell us yours: what do you think of the… “novelties” introduced? Let us know below, and as always don’t forget to stay on TechGameWorld.com for all the most important news for gamers and more. For your purely gaming needs, you can instead find the best discounts in digital format on Instant Gaming.