Nintendo has recently released a new software update version 4.1.0 for the Switch console, aimed to improve overall system stability and fixing an issue problem with motion control.
In particular, Nintendo Switch version 4.1.0 firmware puts a patch to a bug that caused the incorrect response of the motion controls in certain games such as Skyrim, Resident Evil Revelations, and Super Mario Odyssey to name a few and this update should make playing them a whole lot better.
Tiny changes after the substantial October update, which has fixed the annoying HDMI connection issue, enabled support for the Gamecube controllers and introduced the possibility to save thirty seconds of gameplay.
As always, Nintendo Switch will automatically download the latest update via the internet connection. Otherwise, you can check the current version and manually start the update by accessing the System Settings menu.