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The Nintendo Switch firmware has been updated to version 11.0.1

Among all the excitement of The Game Awards, Nintendo has released a new update for the Nintendo Switch family of consoles. Version 11.0.1 is now live and it arrives not too long after the major update that released at the beginning of the month. According to Nintendo’s official support site, this minor update fixes issues surrounding controls and addresses problems with some games that couldn’t be played properly. There’s bound to be some of that sweet stability thrown in for good measure too, but without further ado, here are the patch notes for update 11.0.1:

Corrections for the following problems that occurred with system update version 11.0.0:

  • Corrected a problem where some games couldn’t be played correctly.
  • Corrected a problem where, in combination with some TVs, the image would not be displayed in TV mode and an error occurred.
  • Corrected a problem which changed how the Control Stick and the C Stick on the Nintendo GameCube controller responded.

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3 thoughts on “The Nintendo Switch firmware has been updated to version 11.0.1”

  1. Since Nintendo Switch launched back in March 2017, the handheld hybrid console has received numerous firmware updates.

    As is standard for any piece of technology these days, these system updates have added new features,

    refined existing menu and User Interface elements,

    and provided an ever-more secure and stable platform for your video gaming pleasure.

    Yes, the fabled ‘stability’ to ‘enhance the user experience’ is the usual line Nintendo uses to describe the more minor firmware updates to the Switch family of consoles,

    but occasionally the company will give a little more context for a system update and provide details of exact bugs that have been squashed or minor alterations made.

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