Nintendo Switch EShop Now Lets You Save Credit Card Info

Posted: May 9 2017, 9:24am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Nintendo Switch eShop Now Lets You Save Credit Card Info
Credit: Nintendo Everything
  • New Nintendo Switch Feature Allows Users to Store Credit Card Information

New feature in Nintendo Switch now lets the user store and re-use the credit card information in user account

Nintendo Switch has sold a record 2.74 million systems in March. It was way more than Nintendo expected although it was a prediction by many sources.

The system has been in development though. Switch has been adding newer features almost frequently to their Nintendo Switch controls and accounts. Users pointed out all the things that they thought were missing from Switch.

The users complained that Switch did not have the option to store credit card information. The user has to re-enter all information on every purchase. So, Switch made a new and welcome development. In their latest reboot, Switch made the change.

They have made the option to save credit card information. According to Nintendo Everything, the users can now enter and save their credit card information. It will be available for viewing on the Account Information page.

Switch has also given the users another option. They can activate or disable the entry password when it is on file. Users won’t have to re-enter their passwords again and again when they buy a new product or game.

The new feature emerged on Nintendo Switch from the background. It will feature the setting as a set feature. There is no update required for the feature to appear. The feature has been enabled all around the world. U.S., Australia, and Japan users can already use this feature.

The company recently put out a best sellers list as well. It is set to appear at the E3 conference held in L.A. Nintendo Switch games are set to launch at the event.

Many games have already been announced by the game developers. There were some games that were due. E3 might be the best occasion for the launch of these games.

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