Nintendo Switch 10.0.4 Update is Live, Fixes Credit Card Issues in Some Regions

Nintendo Switch 10.0.4 Update

Nintendo Switch has just got the 10.0.4 update which was released by Nintendo today. The small update solely to fix one issue which was related to some countries or regions where players could not add funds to their account using a new credit card or register credit card information.

We could have expected some stability fixes as well, but it seems like Nintendo was only focusing on this one issue. It is unclear if such an issue was becoming a major problem for Switch console owners, nor does Nintendo specify the countries or regions the problems were being reported from.

Nonetheless, here are the full patch notes of the Nintendo Switch update version 10.0.4:

Fixed the following issue:

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

Last month, Nintendo Switch for its version 10.0.3 update which was released on May 25. The update came with general system stability improvements to enhance the user’s experience. Though the month of May saw just one update, April brought in three new updates for the console.

Nintendo Switch update version 10.0.0 brought in the new bookmark feature to News, where this feature allows you to bookmark your favorite news items. A maximum of 330 news items can now be bookmarked, but an internet connection is required to view the items. A new option was also added to transfer software data between the system memory and an SD card.

Lastly, the update also added an option to remap the controller buttons. Players can now change analog stick and button configurations for each paired controller. Custom configurations can then be saved as favorites in the system settings via the Controllers and Sensors tabs. This is a neat way to never forget your mapped configurations.

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