Nintendo might be great at developing games and consoles, but their digital store could use some improvements. After so many years of popularity on the video games market, they still have not learnt how to optimize their store and make it easier for players to buy games. For instance, only now did Nintendo Switch receive a feature which allows users to save their credit card info.
- Nintendo Switch has had no feature which allowed users to save their payment information.
- Their eShop has recently received the saving feature which makes it easier for players to buy games.
- The feature comes just in time with the release of the new Switch titles.
Until now, players had to enter manually their payment information if they wanted to purchase a game for Nintendo Switch. All sounds right so far but, if they wanted to buy a second game, they had to reenter all that data which could have been saved by the console.
While some might say that Nintendo probably made a sensible move not interfering with such private information, others could find it inconvenient. Yes, many people are careful not to have their credit card data stolen, but there are many other apps or devices which save this information and use it for purchase purposes only.
Now, Nintendo decided to make it easier for users and stop being overly precautious. Therefore, the digital shop received an update. Now, if you access the store to make a purchase, the box where you have to introduce your paying data has a Save options which allows you to keep the data for future purchases.
This comes just in the time for the new releases for Nintendo Switch. Today, the company releases the Switch version of Minecraft, which has been long discussed and expected by fans. Also, they announced the launch of Arms for June and Splatoon 2 for July.
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