Nintendo Switch's News And eShop Have Been A Bit Further Explained


A few new trailers for the Nintendo Switch have been placed out there to help us all set up our Nintendo Switch and access more features

The Nintendo Switch is launching in only a few days, but I am sure you already knew that and have been amped up for it. It has been all the rage for some time to talk about as it does look like it could better blend console and mobile gaming just a bit more. While there have been a few doubts for the Nintendo Switch mixed into the excitement, we need to focus on the positive and be sure that we are all ready to open up the console and start playing it with as much ease as possible. It would suck to open up your Nintendo Switch and not be able to use it all within minutes and such.

To help us all out with that, Nintendo has placed a few new videos out there for us. Not only that, but it also gives us all a nice little look at how the News and eShop will function on the Nintendo Switch. Of course this is all important as this will be how we find out about and download any DLC for our games or just the digital versions of them once we have upgraded the storage that comes out the gate for it. More or less it looks to work just as the past consoles but with all the updates to fully use the Nintendo Switch to its fullest. Of course that makes full sense. Have a look at them and get better prepared for March 3rd here in a few days.

Nintendo Switch — News & eShop

Stay up-to-date on all things Nintendo Switch with the News feature. When you start the system or wake it from Sleep Mode, featured articles appear on-screen, highlighting the latest updates from Nintendo. You can also find News on the HOME Menu. It’s your destination for game news, trailers, behind-the-scenes info, and more. In addition, Nintendo eShop is your one-stop-shop for browsing, buying, and downloading software.

Nintendo Switch — First Time Use

The Nintendo Switch system allows you to play games whenever, wherever, and however you want. Follow these steps during first time setup, and your Nintendo Switch will be ready to play.

Did you expect the Nintendo Switch to change up how all of this to have worked from before or was it safe to assume it would pretty much carry over? Does this look easier to set up than the past systems that Nintendo has put out there? Has your hype hit epic levels for the console or will you be waiting to see how it plays out after launch? Let us know down in the comments and then feel free to discuss. If there is more for the Nintendo Switch we will have it here so be sure to keep checking in so you can stay completely up to date.