Switch update improves stability and reportedly bans some words | VGC

A new system update for the Nintendo Switch has been released.

According to Nintendo, the new version 14.1.1 update includes “general system stability improvements to improve the user experience.”

Although not announced in the official patch notes, databiner OatmealDome reports that the latest Switch update also expands the system’s list of banned words and updates its internal web browser.

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Mario Golf trailer – Nintendo Switch Online

Nintendo finally added folders to the Switch in March as part of the system’s version 14.0 update.

The much-sought-after feature, which Nintendo calls ‘groups’, allows users to better manage their software libraries on the Switch Home Menu.

Official Game Boy and Game Boy Advance emulators for Switch have apparently been leaked online.

Both emulators appear to have been developed by Nintendo’s NERD (Nintendo European Research & Development) team, which is based in France and often handles emulation software for official Nintendo products.

The emulators were allegedly dumped from a Switch console, suggesting that work may be underway to include the classic handheld systems as part of the Nintendo Switch Online.

The leak also appears to show 40 Game Boy Advance games included in the app, such as first-party titles The Legend of Zelda: Minish Cap and Metroid Fusion and third-party games Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow and Mega Man Battle Network 2.

Earlier Tuesday, the Nintendo Xenoblade Chronicles 3 release date brought forward to July.