Nintendo Switch offers you 32GB storage space to download games; but the space is not enough for a real gamer, who loves to play many games. You need to expand storage on your Nintendo Switch by inserting a microSD card. This, however, is not the end of solution; you have already downloaded a few games on your Switch and now you have to transfer Nintendo Switch games to a microSD card. For this, you need to follow a few steps.
The procedure is relatively long and not as simple as you might have thought.
How to Download Nintendo Switch Games to SD Card
Step #1: Turn your Nintendo Switch off and then insert a microSD card in the Switch console; you can find a slot behind the kickstand of Nintendo Switch.
Step #2: Now turn your Nintendo Switch on.
Step #3: On the Home screen of Switch, choose System Settings.
Step #4: Next, scroll down on the console and choose Data Management.
Step #5: You need to choose Manage Software option.
Step #6: Now you can choose the game you want to transfer to microSD card.
Step #7: Choose Archive Software.
Step #8: Select Archive option.
Step #9: Tap on Home button to head back to Home screen of Switch; this button is located on the right of Joy-Con under thumbstick.
Step #10: Choose the archived game from Home screen of Nintendo Switch.
Step #11: Finally, choose Download.
This will save your game on microSD card automatically.
Nintendo Switch needs your full attention and therefore, you can protect it with useful accessories. Switch users would like to buy starter kits, console cases, screen protectors, chat communicator, headphones and other Nintendo Switch Accessories.
Nintendo Switch has garnered tremendous popularity worldwide even as the game has been released recently on March 3, 2017. While most of the players enjoy playing games on the console, there are quite a few who have complained about scratches they get from dock. In this case, players can avoid the dock and can setup Nintendo Switch on TV without dock.
After Pokemon Go, Nintendo Switch has been successful to grab attention of millions of users across the world. The only difference between the two is that one forces you to go out of your home or office to catch Pokemon; while other allows you to sit comfortably in your couch and play the games.
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