Nintendo has released new firmware for the Switch. And while Version 16.0.2 is light on specific changes, dataminers have uncovered a few unlisted changes that are worth noting.
According to dataminer OatmealDome, the update added the word ‘adhd’ to the Japanese bad word list, but not to any other languages. It also changed the SSL module, which is a part of the software that handles establishing secure connections to servers. It’s unclear what those changes will actually do on a system level.
The patch notes released by Nintendo were lacking in specifics, citing only ‘general system stability improvements to enhance the user experience.’