Nintendo Switch Will Soon Support Cloud Saves: Here Are The Clues

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Thankfully there is some good news, as Nintendo are planning to double production of their now world famous Switch Console, according to a new report.

It looks like Nintendo is doing what it can to prevent the current retail shortage of Nintendo Switch hardware from persisting into the future.

The story begins with the user of Reddit Patsuann, who sent his console for Nintendo to fix.

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The Japanese company had planned to manufacture a whopping 8 million consoles before the end of March 2018, according to the Wall Street Journal (via GamesIndustry), claim sources "briefed on the plans". Let's compare the Nintendo Switch with the much beloved Nintendo 64. When he had it back, he went to check the system and realized that none of his items were stored in the memory of the Switch. So far these four are rated as the best games - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Fast RMX, Shovel Knight: Spectre of Torment and Snipperclips. A download prompt was then displayed by the Nintendo Switch, and after the download was completed, all of the previous save data in the device was restored. Another important point to note is that the user did not buy another console, so the saved data will probably remain attached to the Nintendo Switch.

"After many meetings with the higher-ups, we've come to realize we'll never satisfy every fan looking for the NES Classic with just one sloth on the job, especially when that sloth keeps taking three-hour smoking breaks", company spokesman Kyle Toadsly explained.

Given the apparent cloud save feature discovered by Patsuann and Fils-Aime's hint, gamers are free to hope that cloud saves will soon be coming to the Nintendo Switch.

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