Nintendo Switch 14.0.0 update brings software bundles to the console

The Nintendo Switch. A console that needs no introduction, for sure. It’s the home of titles like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey. A new console is obviously going to be the place for all new titles and updates, and earlier tonight Nintendo of America revealed a brand new system update in that vein.

Today Nintendo of America decided to release a new update, which can be downloaded now. It adds the ability to create folders for your games and software. This feature works similarly to software folders on PlayStation consoles, where you can group software together for easy organization.

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You can read the original announcement tweet below.

Going to the attached page also provides instructions from Nintendo on how to create folders on your console, which are as follows:

  • Make sure your Nintendo Switch console has been updated to version 14.0.0 or later.
  • From the Nintendo Switch HOME menu, scroll all the way to the right and select All Software.
  • Press the L button to view your software in groups.
  • The first time you create a group, you’ll get a pop-up where you can select Create New Group.
    • Once the first group has been created, click on the + button to create a new group.
  • Check all the software titles you want to add to the new group, then press Next.
  • Rearrange the software titles as desired, then tap Next.
  • Rearrange the software titles as desired, then tap Next.
  • Enter a name for the group, then press OK.
  • The new group will be added to the list of groups.

Nintendo Switch users will only need to update their console, and this new feature will be available for them to use as they see fit. Nintendo Switch consoles are available at most local retailers. It’s almost unnecessary to say, but the update is also available for Nintendo Switch OLED consoles.

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