Nintendo has rolled out the first post-launch update for Nintendo Switch OS that brings the OS version to 2.1.0 and brings stability to the system.
Stability is the only thing the Nintendo Switch OS 2.1.0 update brings along with it, which is also the most requested feature by the users since the console’s launch.
In related news, Nintendo has revealed that it is working on multiple new IPs for Nintendo Switch.
According to Nintendo’s Shinya Takahashi, Nintendo is working on multiple new IPs for Nintendo Switch which will include some unconventional titles. He added that there are titles that will take full advantage of the Joy-con controllers.
Also, Nintendo of America’s boss, Reggie Fils-Aim has revealed that Nintendo Switch is breaking new records every day.
The reaction has been amazing. People want it, I’ve been with industry peers, they’re excited with what we’re doing and hoping to drive the industry. I’ve seen the games, like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which is right now the fourth highest-rated game in the video games’ history.
We’ve turned the industry on its ear and to do that, to be part of a company that has a reputation for doing it on a regular basis, has been fantastic.
E3 is just a few months away and it seems that Nintendo is preparing for it. According to Nintendo, they are going to have a big E3 this year.
E3 is always a big time for Nintendo. We look at each E3 as a unique opportunity to tell our story. And we’re gonna have a big E3 this year.
Nintendo Switch is now available worldwide and is priced at $299.99 in the US.