A new system update for the hybrid console of Nintendo Switch was recently released. The latest update for the console of the Big N fixes a bug that causes problems when trying to buy games in the eShop.
The players will be finally happy to know that the update 10.0.4 of Nintendo Switch fixes a bug that prevented users in certain regions from storing credit card information in order to purchase in the eShop.
Some users have even reported the inability to edit their payment information if their credit card expired at the end of May. In the last two months, this is the fifth update that fixes/improves the game system.
Nintendo has confirmed it by stating the following in its official website: “We have fixed the issue where it was not possible in some countries or regions to add funds using a new credit card or to register credit card information in Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch.”
Therefore, if you have faced any kind of problems relating to shopping with your credit card in the eShop recently, it should work again after the update. However, the Japanese manufacturer has not revealed which regions were affected by this problem.
Beyond that, the general tip is to always check your Nintendo ID, possibly services and payment options, and activate two-factor authentication on your account, if you haven’t already done so.
In case your Nintendo Switch does not offer the update automatically, then do not worry. You can always update it manually. To do so, simply go to the home screen of your console and then go to the Settings menu. Go to the bottom of the vertical menu on the left until you see the Console menu. Just click on it and then click Update Console.
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