It wasn’t just the new video capture feature that was added when Nintendo Switch received its 4.0.0 update earlier this week. USB headsets are now able to be used with the console, and each Joy-Con can receive upgraded firmware thanks to the update.
Any USB-compatible headset, including those specifically used for PlayStation consoles, can be connected to the Nintendo Switch, which should make listening to video games privately a whole lot easier.
Oddly, a firmware update was included for the Joy-Con controllers as well. This can be found on the main menu by going to “settings” to “controllers and sensors” and then “update controllers.” No one seems to be able to make out just what this firmware update does, so be sure to let us know in the comments below if you find out!
Are you excited to use headsets with the Switch? What functionality do you think Nintendo will add next? Tell us in the comments!