Nintendo Switch firmware update brings system to 8.0.1

Nintendo has issued out a new firmware update that brings the version to 8.0.1.

Published Wed, Apr 24 2019 5:00 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:48 AM CST

A new firmware update has been released for the Nintendo Switch and it brings the system up to version 8.0.1.

Nintendo Switch firmware update brings system to 8.0.1 |

Last week Nintendo released a massive firmware update for the Nintendo Switch. The update brought the system to version 8.0.0 and added several new functionality features such as a sorting software option, 'view all news option' 15 new avatars, a transfer save data feature, a zoom feature, sleep mode and much more.

The new update that was recently released hasn't added as much as version 8.0.0, in fact no new features have been released at all. This new firmware update is purely for "General system stability improvements to enhance the user's experience." If you are interested in checking out the other updates for the Nintendo Switch that Nintendo has released, visit the official Nintendo website here.

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