Nintendo Switch has sold almost 5 million units

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The full instructions on how to do it is available on the official Nintendo website but it is to be noted that once you transfer, all existing data on the current console will be permanently deleted and there is no way to retrieve it back. Some Reddit users have discovered that the update comes with support for USB devices, even wireless USB headsets like Sony's Gold Wireless headset for PlayStation and PC.

It's kind of hard to believe, but DOOM on Nintendo Switch is very close to becoming a reality. Their pair of wireless headphones must also be models that come with a USB receiver, which acts as the bridge between the console and the headphones.

Mic functionality is still up in the air, so don't expect this update to be a replacement for the Nintendo Switch voice app just yet however. Once that's done, all of the audio will now output to the user's wireless headphones. Nintendo Life made a short video demonstrating how this can work.

Unfortunately, the support only covers models that use a USB dongle.

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The Nintendo Switch doesn't use its own built-in Bluetooth for this to work.

There aren't any official numbers out to verify this but Nintendo has said that more than 2 million Switch units have been sold in the U.S. since launch and that is one great feat to achieve in only seven months. It has also added the ability to save and share video clips from certain games, which could help raise the hype factor around high-profile releases, they say.

Pressing the Switch controller's capture button still creates a screenshot, while pressing and momentarily holding now saves the 30 seconds of gameplay that occurred beforehand; clips can be trimmed at the beginning and end of each clip, and then posted to Facebook or Twitter. The feature supports a variety of other USB headphones, so you're not limited to the PS Gold.

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