What's changed in the Nintendo Switch?

What's changed in the Nintendo Switch? ...

Another system update for the Switch console has been published by Nintendo. It is called Die Version 16.0.0, which includes some enhancements. However, not all of these adjustments, fixes, and improvements are listed in the official patch notes.

The Switch will receive a system update.

The official patch notes for the system update 16.0.0 are a bit short. Among other things, there is now an interesting change to those nicknames, which cannot or may not be used for several reasons. These are now automatically replaced by three question marks. However, you may change the name at any time via the profile settings change.

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The patch notes are intended to be presented in unabridged form – and this is quick too:

Ver. 16.0.0 (Released February 20, 2023)

User nicknames that aren't used will be replaced with "???," which may be changed from the profile settings. System stability enhancements to enhance the user's experience.

The update conceals a few changes.

The Twitter user "OatmealDome" claims to have one lot of differences that aren't listed in the patch notes for dem System-Update.

There were also some changes to the database for "forbidden words," a new browser, and some additional error messages.

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The 16.0.0 system update includes two optical adjustments. A complete list of hidden features is currently unavailable. It is quite possible that fans will discover further minor adjustments of this sort in the following days.

Nintendo and Twitter's "OatmealDome"

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