It appears that Nintendo Switch received an update just a few minutes ago. This is version 10.0.0, which we can download right now by starting the console.
According to what has been shared, this update includes quite remarkable news. Here are the full patch notes:
A bookmark function is added to News.
This feature allows you to bookmark favorite news.
- A maximum of 300 news can be marked.
- An internet connection is required to view the marked news.
- News that is no longer available cannot be viewed, even if it was marked.
An option is added to transfer software data between the console memory and an SD card.
- Users can now transfer downloadable software, update data, and DLC from console memory to an SD card (and vice versa).
- Please note that saved data and some update data cannot be transferred to an SD card.
Added an option to remap the buttons on the remote.
- The analog stick and button settings can now be changed for each paired knob.
- Custom settings can be saved as favorites in Console Settings> Controls & Sensors.
- The custom settings are stored on the Nintendo Switch console.
- The settings can be customized for the following controls: Joy-Con (D), Joy-Con (I) and Nintendo Switch Pro Controller. Button settings can also be customized on the Nintendo Switch Lite console.
- This feature is not available for other controls.
- Up to five favorite custom settings for Joy-Con (D), five for Joy-Con (I), and five for the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller can be stored on each console. Five settings can also be saved as favorites for the Nintendo Switch Lite.
A new section in User Settings is added for Game Activity Settings.
- The options for “Show Game Activity” and “Delete Game Activity” have been moved from the Friends Settings to the new Game Activity Settings.
Added new selections to the lineup of user profile icons.
- Select from 6 new icons from the Animal Crossing: New Horizons game for your user.
General improvements to the stability of the console to improve the user experience.
We will be watching if any additional changes are confirmed. In the meantime, don’t hesitate to share any news you see in the comments.