The primary change brought along by 5.0 is that Switch owners can now add friends by connecting their Twitter or Facebook account, which will allow them to send requests to friends who have linked their social media too.
Nintendo Switch might get a new system software update as it has been spotted by some fans that the update for the parental controls app for the Nintendo Switch now references to an upcoming firmware update that hasn't been released yet. Doing so excludes the titles from the console's Parental Controls Restricted Software setting. Gamers should find that games they purchase on a computer or mobile device through the eShop begin downloading more quickly on their Switch than before. Instead of the on-screen number pad, users will now enter their PIN using the Control Stick and buttons, by default. Nintendo has also teased that it is possible to get the recording time up to 15 minutes so this can also be implemented with a future firmware update.
If the speculations are right then Nintendo might be preparing to roll out Nintendo Switch firmware Update 5.0.0 in near future. Your console will restart to complete the update.
Once the download is complete, you'll be asked if you'd like to install the update.
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