Published: Thu, September 07, 2017
Science | By Boyd Webster

Nintendo partners with Western Digital on officially licensed Switch SanDisk Memory Cards

Nintendo partners with Western Digital on officially licensed Switch SanDisk Memory Cards

It seemed that jamming the sprawling, epic gameplay of the role-playing game (RPG) into the Switch's limited capacity was not a good idea.

It's likely that most Nintendo titles won't require the extra memory space - the biggest game the company has released so far was The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild which was only 13GB.

There is no risk in moving your saved files from Wii U to Nintendo Switch.

UHS-3 cards - a more expensive version of the SD cards - can also be used, but UHS-1 is better because they're cheaper and the 30MB/s write speed of UHS-3 cards only results in a negligible difference on the console itself.

Nintendo has revealed that upcoming titles for the Nintendo Switch console will absolutely need MicroSD cards in order for gamers to play certain games on the machine.

Earlier this year, the announcement that Bethesda's highly acclaimed open world adventure game "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" coming to the Nintendo Switch was met with a degree of apprehension. To transfer the Minecraft data from a console to another it is quite easy.

You can check out the new trailer below.

First of all, you will have to turn on your Wii U and Nintendo Switch consoles.

National Basketball Association 2K18 will be the first of the series to debut on Nintendo's console.

Japan is also home to the company, which is why the Nintendo Switch was always expected to perform well.

And speaking of which, if you'd like to see how the game runs in handheld mode, here's a more recent video from a small German YouTuber.

Press "OK" in order to confirm the transfer.

Wait for the connection with the Wii U to begin.

The Nintendo Switch loses (already!) the memory... Are you happy about the new update that allows you to transfer Minecraft worlds from Wii U to Nintendo Switch?

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