Nintendo has rolled out the latest Switch system update, version 9.0.1.
The platform holder says the update features “general system stability improvements to enhance the user’s experience”.
These include a fix for an issue that may trigger errors during gameplay, and a solution for an issue that may instruct users to remove the Joy-Con when initially setting up the Nintendo Switch Lite console.
Unlike the flagship Switch’s detachable Joy-Con controllers, Switch Lite features integrated controls that don’t include HD rumble or an IR motion camera.
Nintendo released Switch system update version 9.0.0 on September 9, making the console compatible with wireless SNES controllers.
A library of 20 SNES games for Nintendo Switch Online launched in early September.
But shortly after online orders launched in Europe, some users reported the product being unavailable. It’s unclear if the initial allocation of wireless SNES controllers has simply sold out, although Nintendo has apologised and said it’s “looking into” the issue.
Generally, Switch will automatically download the most recent system update while it’s connected online, Nintendo says.