The remainder of the 4.0 update is mainly user interface and cosmetic bound, introducing new profile icons from the latest Zelda and upcoming Super Mario Odyssey as well as easier navigation on the Switch's eShop.
For the Nintendo Switch, wireless Bluetooth headphones will work when users are gaming in TV mode. Though there are some caveats.
No official details have been given for what this controller update contains, but it does make you wonder if any new functionality was added or bug fixes were carried out...
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It begs the question, what else was included in this update that Nintendo hasn't told us about?
Speaking of video capture, Nintendo may be improving upon that as well.
Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland unseeded for World Cup draw
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Recently, Nintendo also released a software update that allowed for data transfer between consoles.
The video capture feature on the Nintendo Switch automatically records 30 seconds of gameplay and stores the video file in the console's album.
It's also important to point out that not all wireless headphones will work. It has also added the ability to save and share video clips from certain games, which could help raise the hype factor around high-profile releases, they say.
Unfortunately, the video capture functionality is only set to now work on the latest version of four first-party games.
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