Nintendo Switch has a big system update with some much-requested features: video capture and save game transfers.
To transfer user and save data, you'll need to have two Switch consoles on hand.
The update also offers other minor new enhancements including new profile icons featuring characters from the Super Mario Odyssey and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild games, and the ability to pre-purchase certain games on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch. Those with USB-C adapters have shared evidence that they're able to use their headsets with success too, after plugging the adapter into an undocked Switch's USB-C connector. You could take screenshots to share online, but recording videos would require something more complex, like a capture card between the console and a screen. This is one reason only four games are compatible with the new feature for now. That gives Nintendo the opportunity to possibly be the first! However, you can only record 30-second videos, and support is limited to a handful of games, including ARMS, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and Splatoon 2.
Your Switch should automatically install this system update. The new function allows players to transfer save data from one Nintendo Switch console to another. The previous 30 seconds of play will be saved to your Album.
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Just go to the System Settings icon in the main menu on the Switch, then select "System" from the next menu. I can't see myself using the video capture feature on the Switch all that often (especially since I only regularly play one of the four now supported games), but it's better than spamming the screenshot button in the hopes of building a flipbook.
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