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Nintendo has just released another new firmware update for the Switch. It bumps the hybrid system up to version 14.1.1.

According to Nintendo's official support page, this latest update includes "general system stability improvements" to further enhance the user experience. Surprisingly, this wasn't included in the previous patch. Here are the patch notes in full for version 14.1.1:

Ver. 14.1.1 (Released April 18, 2022)

"General system stability improvements to enhance the user's experience."

Nintendo dataminer OatmealDome has shed some light on some of the behind-the-scenes changes. It seems version 14.1.1 has updated the "bad word list" - blocking some words in all languages and various phrases in Japanese:

"[Nintendo Switch Firmware Update] Version 14.1.1 updated the bad words list to add the following: "sendnudes" for all languages, various phrases involving death in katakana (starting with シンデ〜)for Japanese"

The system's internal web browser has also seemingly been updated, but it's not entirely clear what's been adjusted / changed:

This update follows on from version 14.1.0 which was released at the start of April and added "Platinum Point notification settings". You can see the full history of Nintendo Switch updates in our guide:

Have you downloaded the latest Switch firmware update yet? Notice anything else? Leave a comment down below.

[source en-americas-support.nintendo.com]