Nintendo quietly added wireless USB headphone support in the last Switch update

Nintendo quietly added wireless USB headphone support in the last Switch update

This will create a video clip of the last 30 seconds. Wireless audio while in dock mode is actually a pretty useful feature considering the standard docked control scheme doesn't include an audio jack for headphones by default. Titled as update 4.0.0, the newest update now allows player to capture game play and share it. This new update added a lot of new features, like gameplay capture, save-data system transfer, and support for wireless USB headsets (something that wasn't mentioned by Nintendo).

After the video saves you can go to the video in the options and edit it down as much as you want.

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Nintendo today announced that their hardware sales account for two-thirds of Septembers video game hardware sales. The update suggests it will work on Mario Kart 8 Deluxe 1.3.0 but the game is still in 1.2.1 version and an update is expected to be rolled out soon. Second, it is only now compatible with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, ARMS, Splatoon 2, and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, though more games will likely be added soon. The 27th of this month will see the release of Super Mario Odyssey and games in the flagship Mario franchise always do well when it comes to sales. As for data transfers, users should be made aware that once they've transferred their save data from one Switch console to another, the transferred data will no longer be available on the source console.

Along with the ability to transfer save files and capture video, the Nintendo Switch's 4.0 firmware update seems to have come with a hidden bonus: support for USB-based wireless headphones, via Engadget. Some games are expected to support pre-loading before its launch and a new user interface has been rolled out for the News Feed.

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