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Nintendo Switch is updated to version 10.0.4



Nintendo Switch is updated to version 10.0.4

After a little more than a week since the last update of Nintendo Switch, released on May 26th with a good dose of stability under the arm, we can now download a new version of the system's firmware that will bring the system's software up to version 10.0.4, which does not mention the tradition al stability improvements, but focuses on correcting a problem when paying by credit card in Nintendo Switch's eShop

, according to the official statement from Nintendo America's support website.

Nintendo has just released a new update for the Switch system that places the console firmware on version 10.0.4. It seems to be a minor update that comes to solve credit card payment errors in various countries, the update notes do not refer to stability improvements or new features.

Nintendo Switch 10.0.4 Firmware Update

As we said, when you upgrade your Nintendo Switch to version 10.0.4,

you will correct a problem regarding the card payment method, namely this is the official information:

We fixed an issue where some countries or regions did not allow you to add funds by using a new credit card or to register credit card information in the Nintendo Switch eShop.

As can be read in the nintendo support page, as news of this update only the solution of errors of payments with credit cards in several countries

. “We have fixed the issue where it was not possible in some countries or regions to add funds using a new credit card or register credit card information in Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch.”

It's strange enough that a new Nintendo Switch system update only includes a bug fix, but for now no sign of new functionality or console firmware improvements. It would be a complementary update to the previous version 10.0.3 that did bring improvements in the stability of the software.

Since I had my first console when I was 10, I've never stopped playing. I'm a multiplatform player and my favorite genre is RPG.

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