Nintendo Switch firmware update 2.1.0 version available now

Nintendo has released the very first Nintendo Switch update and Version 2.1.0 can now be downloaded directly to your console.

Well, that could all be about to change, with Nintendo confirming big things are on the way.

The latest figures from Media Create show that Nintendo's new Switch console has hit an important milestone in the company's homeland. We look at each E3 as a unique opportunity to tell our story.

Nintendo is preparing for the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2017, and the company has big plans for this year's event, according to Nintendo of America's big boss Reggie Fils-Aime.

This will be the first time since 2011 that Nintendo will hit the E3 floor with new console hardware, which was when it showcased the Wii U ahead of the console's 2012 launch. Some players have reported the official Switch dock can scratch portions of the system's screen, which tettzan hopes to make less likely with a further adjustment to his mod.

What else would you want to see at Nintendo's E3 2017 showcase? This is actually good news because I had actually read a few concerns on the interwebs about people fearing the death of the 3DS now that the switch is here. But he mentioned that the Nintendo 3DS will also receive new contents in the coming future, which will be showcased at the event.

While trying Journeying together on the go with new exclusive games, such as Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey. You can learn more by visiting the official E3 website.

In a photo posted onto Reddit, it shows the Nintendo Switch with a gaming running on it called "Turf Masters" that has it laid out vertically.

"A new Halo is a possibility, given that Halo 5 launched in October 2015, but maybe Halo 6 is being too optimistic", the post explained.

There's a post over on Imgur that details how they did it, in case you're courageous enough to try this on your own.

A higher price for physical media wouldn't be bad, but Nintendo has a policy of forcing developers to price their digital and physical games the same.

  • Arturo Norris