Nintendo Switch 4.0.0 update adds video capture and save transfer

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Along with the ability to record videos, this tasty OS update also introduces Switch to Switch save transfers, game pre loads on the eShop and even gives the console's News Feed a brand new look too.

Video capture is enabled by holding the Capture button down but it is limited to only 30-second clips. 30 seconds of your previous gameplay will be stored in your album.

And if Nintendo keeps adding more features like this in the future, I won't complain.

Arguably the most notable addition is one that comes oh-so-close to fixing a major Switch problem: the inability to back up any save game data. It can be initiated through the System Settings menu, where a new Transfer Your User and Save Data option will appear under Users.

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The caveat as it stands is that the feature is only available for four games: Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, ARMS, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Splatoon 2. All of that data, however, will be immediately deleted from the source console.

Just a couple of weeks ago we got information about the Nintendo Switch version of DOOM through which Bethesda allegedly confirmed that the game would not take advantage of the motion controls on the new console of Nintendo. The console has previously only had native capability for screenshots, rather than videos.

As the Nintendo Switch loses some of its brand-new luster, fans have begun to question a few key missing features, from the long-running Virtual Console service to traditional apps like media players and Web browsers. Nintendo mentions that more games will add support but didn't go into specifics. While a software update might not seem particularly exciting, the bigger once tend to change the functionality of the console. There are a handful from "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild", but the best ones are from the upcoming "Super Mario Odyssey". Just create a group, head to software's options, software update, and select "Match Version with Local Users".

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