Nintendo Switch OS 2.2.0 Update Goes Live With Improved Features
Even if you’re not a huge gaming aficionado, you’ve still most likely heard of the amazing Nintendo Switch console that launched in the month of October, last year. Nintendo Switch is so good that it barely stays on shelves whenever it’s in stock. The console quickly became the Japanese company’s number one sold product in the month of March, which says a lot considering that March is a month that generally sees low amounts of tech-related sales.
Nintendo Switch OS Version 2.2.0
One of the best things about the Nintendo Switch that has made it so well loved with the public is its amazingly well integrated operating system that allows you to use the console at its maximum potential. However, as of late, fans started yearning for their tried and tested OS to receive a new update and some new features in order to keep their interest up. And just like any other respectable company, Nintendo listened to its customers and did just that.
Thus, the new version of the Nintendo Switch operating system, version 2.2.0, reached devices recently. While you still can’t watch Netflix on your console, the overall stability of the system and the device were improved. This is a big plus when it comes to any gaming console, because you want your device to be reliable and not to crash at random points, which can mean that your entire progress up to that point was lost unless Auto Save is turned on.
Good job, Nintendo. Keep up the good work and Switch will soon become the world’s best gaming console. Did you install the new version of the operating system on your Nintendo Switch console? If so, what did you think about it? Did you notice the improvements? Let us know in the comment section below.