The Nintendo Switch appeared in stores around the world on March 3, 2017, thus approaching its 4th anniversary. Nintendo has not completely forgotten the previous console, so for the first time in two and a half years we have released a firmware update for version 5.5.5. The system was last updated in September 2018.
That should come as no surprise to anyone Paste notes from Nintendo Becomes too low and meaningless. Again, “only other overall system stability improvements and other minor changes were made to improve the user experience.” Well-known Datamines are now seeing the right changes:
When was the last time your Wii U was dusted off and turned on? However, we cannot explain why the company will release another firmware update for the old system in 2021.
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