The firmware version 8.0.0 has been landed on Switch (Nintendo) console since April 15th, 2019. In most situations, the Switch system will automatically download and update the latest version of firmware whenever it’s connected to internet. However, if neccessary, users can manually request the Switch system to do this by opening [System Settings] via icon showed on the HOME Menu, then scrolling down to [System] tab and tapping [System Update]. This update is not only for bug fixes and performance improvements, but also enhances user experience through several new features. Out of all of the new features, the most remarkable one is save data transfer for individual games between systems, users now can transfer the save data of a specified game from Switch system A (source) to Switch system B (target) without transferring whole user data, it is worth noting that the save data would not remain on source system but on target system after the transfer process completed, the purpose behind this action is mainly for preventing limited items, characters duplication (for example, Mew in Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee). Next, following the release of Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 04 VR Kit, a VR Mode (3D Visuals) restriction is available within Parental Controls. And, last but not least, software sorting was implemented, allowing users to filter all softwares showed on the HOME menu based on time last played, total play time, title and publisher, it might also be noted that this feature would only show up on Switch system that has more than 13 softwares. The detailed full change log can be read here ¹ for users who are feeling curious about other features.