Nintendo unveils a new Day-One patch which will go alive before the console’s launch in the market scheduled in the first week of March 2017. The patch will provide access to eShop and will also enable social media connectivity on the console OS. The patch features support for online multiplayer gaming. It will also enable a feature where users can simply share images on different social network platforms.
The patch will add support for online multi players, and users will also be able to link their Nintendo accounts. The last thing it will offer is connecting the console on public hotspots. It is a necessary update for the console to have all online capabilities added for the gamers.
Nintendo has kept things low on the offering various online features on the console, right now sharing images on social media platform is one among the feature. The console will not carry any kind of web browser, but we can expect this in future. Nintendo eShop will be one useful access for the buyers to upgrade their console storage or to get the hot games instantly.