Downloading games is probably the norm these days, and while Nintendo Switch has box-based games, it's much easier to have the game stored locally.
However, the limited version of the console means that you'll probably want to transfer some games to the SD card if you find yourself running out of space. Here we explain how to do it.
Getting games without waiting for it to be demolished (or going physical) to the store, is fine, but it is 32GB that the Switch will fill up soon. Therefore, getting a memory card to store games is probably important.
However, the process of transferring the game to the SD card is not an easy task. Fortunately, you'll be right if you follow our step-by-step guide.
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And now yes, we explain the steps you need to follow to move games from Nintendo Switch to MicroSD card.
- Turn off your NIntendo switch.
- Buy and insert the MicroSD card into the Switch console: slot on the back of the holder.
- Turn on your switch.
- Open & # 39; System Settings & # 39; from Tjint Home screen: Cogwheel.
- Scroll down and select & # 39; Data Management & # 39 ;.
- Select & # 39; Software & # 39;
- Click on the game you want to transfer.
- Select & # 39; Software Software & # 39 ;.
- Select & # 39; File & # 39;
- Press the & # 39; Home & # 39; to return to the home screen.
- Select the saved game on your home screen.
- Select & # 39; Download & # 39;
The game will now download from your MicroSD card. Please note that the saved data will still be stored in the local storage of the console.