Nintendo Switch 4.1.0 hack: SciresM has some (very) good news for people on the latest firmware

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14 Responses

  1. TsundereGuy93 says:

    Wow looks like it’s about time to get the switch xd.

  2. rit says:

    Yeahhh! Good news!

  3. psvitabackfromrip says:

    FIRST

    4.0.1 CFW Atmosphere

    So far along in development we get a green screen

    *sooner than later

    yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh budddyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

  4. foxdog says:

    English patched Monster Hunter XX here we come!!!!

  5. Debo says:

    Woohoo can’t wait.

  6. Luigi86 says:

    Thats atleast an good start! (Maybe an green screen is not an good start)

  7. ZanderX420 says:

    i bought my switch on February 24th 2018 and im on fw 4.1.0 will i still be able to hack my switch?

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