Here’s what you need to know about maximizing the Nintendo Switch’s measly 32 GB local memory and what to do to upgrade it.
Nintendo is back in the game. After the Wii U got dragged behind Microsoft’s Xbox One and Sony’s PlayStation 4, Nintendo hopes to put its name back on the race with the revolutionary Nintendo Switch, a hybrid console and portable gaming device that’s making a lot of people—hardcore gamers and casual enthusiasts both—gaga to get their hands on it.
If you’re one of the lucky people who got their hands on the Nintendo Switch as early as this week, then you’re probably already neck-deep in trying to understand your new device. Aside from the three exciting modes you can use your Nintendo Switch on, which are handheld mode, console mode, and tabletop mode, one of the most fundamental things you must need to understand about your Nintendo Switch device is not just how its storage works, but how to make the storage work for you.