Nintendo Switch’s 2.2.0 Firmware Dropped and Save Transferring isn’t Here Yet


If you’re a Nintendo Switch owner, you already know your console has finally updated to 2.2.0. However, if you are curious to what it did, you may be scratching your head just a tad bit. Why? Because the update didn’t do just that much. Unfortunately, the update didn’t add any notable upgrades to the console and leaves us hungering for that inevitable save file transferring system.

Instead, the update brings in general system stability and improvements in order to enhance your user experience. This means that all you’ll really see, is that you’ll notice that the menus for the save file management has been slightly altered, but doesn’t offer anything new for you to enjoy. It seems that highly requested save file transfer system seems to be a ways out still. For now? It’s just a waiting game.

[Source: Nintendo]

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