Nintendo has published Nintendo Switch firmware version 13.2.1. As usual, the console will automatically download the latest update when it is connected to the Internet, but it is also possible to check the current version and start the update in the console settings menu. Officially it reads that “the overall stability of the console has been improved to provide a better experience for users”, which means bug fixes but no new user-facing features.
The dataminer OatlmealDome has once again analyzed the content of the update and believes that it is indeed no longer a bug fix. no other features invisible to the user.
📚 SOURCES 📚
Version 13.0.0 brought several new features
Update 13.0.0 added pairing with Bluetooth enabled headsets and specific features to update the Nintendo Switch OLED dock or thumbstick calibration. More recently, at the end of October, 13.1.0, added compatibility with Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack, a premium subscription that adds Nintendo 64 and Mega Drive games to its catalog.
Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack has a price of 39.99 euros per year. In the case of family accounts, the price increases to 69.99 euros every 12 months. However, those who only wish to use the game online – except for free to play releases, which is free – can continue with the usual subscription to Nintendo Switch Online, which will continue to be available and costs 3.99 euros per month, 7.99 euros per month. every three months, or 19.99 a year.