Early adopters to Nintendo’s breakthrough console will today be wakiShareaholic pluginng up to a new OS update, titled Version 2.3.0.
Nintendo’s support website lists the improvements Version 2.3.0 will bring as “General system stability improvements to enhance the user’s experience.” While that may not be as exciting as other gaming updates recently announced, it will likely mean a few kinks will be ironed out in the system’s OS.
There has also been speculation that the update has something to so with Nintendo’s upcoming 13 June E3 spotlight. With all signs pointing to their presentation and Treehouse Live unveiling a bunch of new titles, it is also possible Version 2.3.0 is will make all sorts of under-the-hood changes to ensure the new system is ready for an influx of new titles.
And then there are those that are saying Version 2.3.0 is updating the system for VR, but I’d advise you not to hold your breath.
This is the fourth update to arrive on the Nintendo switch, following Version 2.2.0, 2.1.0, and 2.1.0. The previous two versions had the same vague patch notes as today’s update, but the first one enabled a whole bunch of new online functionality.
We’ll let you know if we find out any more about what Version 2.3.0 specifically does.