Nintendo Switch 10.2.0 Update (September 14) Out Now But It's Not A Big One

The latest firmware update for Switch has arrived--but don't expect it to do much.

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The latest firmware update for the Nintendo Switch has landed, but as usual, you should not expect much from it. Version 10.2.0, which was released on September 14, is another general stability patch.

The single-sentence patch notes state that the update provides "general system stability improvements to enhance the user's experience."

As usual, it's possible there are other, unnoted changes that the community will have to discover. But for the time being, you should not expect anything major.

Switch firmware updates are automatically downloaded if your console is connected to the internet. You can visit the System Settings menu to confirm that you're running the latest firmware.

The Switch is performing well very for Nintendo. By the company's latest count, it has sold 61.4 million Switch consoles and more than 406 million games. According to reports, an upgraded version of the Switch will be released in 2021.

Ver. 10.2.0 (Released September 14, 2020)

  • General system stability improvements to enhance the user's experience.
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