The Nintendo Switch has received its first new update in nearly two months, bringing it to version 14.1.2. While some users may have expected something more substantial, this one is on the smaller side. In fact, it appears that users can only expect stability improvements. At this time, Nintendo has not provided any additional information about what players can expect from the new version, but if there is anything significant, we will most likely find out soon.

General system stability improvements to improve user experience.

After more than five years on the market, Switch owners are unlikely to see any significant changes to the hardware. Nintendo, on the other hand, surprised everyone earlier this year when it finally added the ability to group games by folders.

That was a feature that fans had long requested, and its inclusion should give users hope that Nintendo will add more popular features. Since the console’s release, many people have asked for more themes, similar to the ones available on the 3DS. For the time being, fans will have to wait and see if Nintendo pays attention!

Nintendo Switch fans have been eagerly awaiting the company’s announcement of a new Nintendo Direct presentation. While E3 was canceled this year, companies such as Sony, Microsoft, and Capcom held presentations in June to lay out their future plans.

Nintendo has made no official announcements regarding its own plans as of this writing, but a reliable source recently stated that the presentation will take place on June 29th. Fans should take the news with a grain of salt until Nintendo confirms it, but there’s still a lot we don’t know about the company’s plans for the rest of 2022. Hopefully, we’ll hear something concrete in the coming days!

What features do you want to see on the Nintendo Switch? What are some of the ways you hope Nintendo will improve the system? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter at @Marcdachamp to discuss all things gaming!


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