Nintendo Switch Finally Gets Bluetooth Headset Support

Finally, the Nintendo Switch accepts the connection with Bluetooth headphones, four years after its launch. The news arrives with the console update 13.0.0, available this Thursday (), which also includes other technical improvements.

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The new functionality has some limitations, such as the inability to use the headphones together with more than two wireless controllers connected. The feature also does not work in local multiplayer matches, while wireless microphones, connected via Bluetooth, cannot be used simultaneously.

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Other news that arrive in the notebook update is the possibility to update the firmware of any dock with a LAN port and the addition of a setting to maintain a wired Internet connection during sleep mode. In addition, it is now possible to check whether the connected WiFi is 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz and the method of calibrating the control has become more accurate.

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Source: Eurogamer, Nintendo Support (1), (2)

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