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When playing a game on Switch with a internet connection, the console always tries to update it to the latest version. There is no difference in where the initial files to install it came from, a cartridge or some online server. When installing from an online source, you get an installer that already includes most updates and only need to install the latest ...


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Yes, they do. Whether the game is digital or phyisical, when the Nintendo Switch console is connected online, if a software update is available you will be prompted to download it upon starting the game. In the game menu (pressing + button) you always have the "Software Update" option available to check for the latest update, both digital and ...


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Not only you can update cartridge games, but quite often you must do so, or the game won't run on an updated console. For example a Bomberman R which ran without updates on Switch system version 2 would refuse to run on the current vesion (13.0.0) without an update. This (mandatory cartrige updates) is exactly why it's recommended to install eShop games on ...


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The following information is taken from Nintendo Support general FAQ regarding Cloud-based games: What do I need to have except for a Nintendo Switch and the game to play? Since the games are streamed through the cloud, you will need a consistent and stable connection to an internet source. Do I need to have an online subscription? No, you do not need ...


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You have to beat the whole game eight times to make world A-D accessible


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