New update of Nintendo Switch live, published patch notes
Now a new update has been released for the Nintendo Switch console, which carries the system software to version 14.1.0. The update comes only a few weeks after the great update falls 14.0.0, and this is considerably smaller, compared. However, the latest version adds a new and pleasant feature that should make some switch fans happily. After the system update, users will be able to configure notifications related to Platinum Rewards, so they know if they have been claimed or not. Full Notes of Nintendo Patch Official Website can be found below:
See 14.1.0 (released on April 4, 2022)
The “platinum notification configuration” has been added in notifications in System Configuration.
- The unclaimed platinum points obtained when completing Nintendo Switch Online missions on their Nintendo Switch system will generate notifications.
* Configure these notifications for OFF Hide the notification sent when there are Platinum points without claiming.
For those who are not familiar with Platinum points, they can be exchanged through the My Nintendo program. The program offers digital rewards such as wallpaper for your computer or phone, as well as rewards in the game by animal crossing: Pocket Camp. However, platinum points can also be used to obtain exclusive physical rewards from the Nintendo online store. Last month, the company launched a handful of new keychains based on the art of the N64 classic games, and there have been other fun options in the past. In theory, today’s update should make it easier for Switch users to know how to earn more than these points and what tasks have completed to win them. If it works as advertised, this could be a new solid addition for users!
Readers interested in seeing the physical rewards that are currently offered in exchange for My Nintendo Platinum points can find more information. right here.
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