Nintendo Switch update 2.1 released, most likely patches Webkit exploit


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20 Responses

  1. Thanks for sharing the information!

  2. andoryuu3 says:

    Well said at the end there. Best to wait for either:
    1) More good games with multiplayer
    2) A system update that actually adds something cool/useful
    3) More progress towards running homebrew

    Unless you update by accident, I’m not really sure why you would to be honest.

  3. mr ken says:

    Good give give switch more time to hack like 4 or 5 year ,soo developer can more seriously make game that have good quality .

  4. ZeroSbr says:

    That’s okay. The Switch is a Fisher Price toy anyways. I’d rather run homebrew on a machine with actual effort put into its build quality.

  5. Albert Covington says:

    Wait, does this Nintendo Switch thing actually exist? Cuz’ I’ve never seen one.

  6. DJPlace says:

    one word i got for nintendo BASTARDS!!

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  2. June 20, 2017

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