Nintendo has launched a new update in Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Switch Lite and Nintendo Switch OLED along with patch notes designed so that the consumer knows everything that Nintendo has done with the different switch hardware. The problem is that the patch notes do not say anything important. According to Nintendo, everything that does the update is to provide general system stability improvements to improve the user experience. What are these improvements exactly, Nintendo does not say it.

Now, Nintendo does this with some frequency. Every few updates there is an update of this type. And almost always, there is more on the update that general improvements in the stability of the system. How do we know this? Well, because data miners look for the update files something peculiar and worthy of mention. In the past, such efforts revealed that Nintendo was working to add Bluetooth audio support, work that was performed with the Nintendo Switch OLED.

As always, we will keep you informed as we know more about the update. There is no guarantee that Nintendo is hiding something in this update, but generally this is how it does. Meanwhile, if more information is discovered about the mentioned improvements, we will add it to history. Meanwhile, to download the update (update 13.2.0), go to the system configuration and then click on System and System Update. From here, your console will be updated and restarted.

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All SWITCH owners should have the update 13.2.0 automatically downloaded. You can also force the installation of the firmware now by going to the system configuration, scrolling down to System and finally System Update. Your switch unit will do all the rest.

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