Nintendo has released in recent hours the 2.2.0 firmware for Switch: this new version of the OS includes a number of bug fixes and corrections to improve overall system stability during usage of some unspecified applications.
After the update 2.1.0 released on April 2, Nintendo announced today the arrival of a new update of its firmware for the Nintendo Switch, called 2.2.0. It is obviously already available for download.
The changelog does not contain further details, it is guessed as a minor update that does not include new features but is limited to optimize certain features of the operating system and to improve the stability of the same.
The update 2.2.0 for Nintendo Switch is already available for download in Europe, the file has a size just under 180 MB.
So once again the main features still stands out such as browser, Netflix, various apps, Virtual Console, or ability to transfer save games on microSD.
Will we have to wait for the arrival of a new hardware version to have such basic features? Let us know your opinion in the comment section below.