Despite all these, some are still claiming that the Switch is not hitting its full potential and it is because of Nintendo. Of course, this is due to the limited storage space that comes with the console.
The Nintendo Switch console will now accept the file transfer.
Earlier this year, the announcement that Bethesda's highly acclaimed open world adventure game "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" coming to the Nintendo Switch was met with a degree of apprehension. "If you purchase a physical version of a game that requires an additional microSD memory card, you will be able to play a portion of the game right out of the box (for example, specific levels or modes)". Many players would be happy to dive back into the world of the 2011 game with the handheld convenience of the Switch.
You can use other microSD cards in the Nintendo Switch, too, but it's worth noting that Nintendo recommends cards up to 2TB and also recommends a UHS-I (Ultra High Speed) Micro SD solution for the system.
There is a statement from Nintendo that says, "A microSD card will be needed for certain Nintendo Switch games that contain an especially large amount of content and require additional storage for players to enjoy the full experience".
In resolving the issue with the microSD card requirement, Nintendo has teamed up with SanDisk. For those of you who happen to own both and are upgrading from the Wii U version over to the Switch version, here's some good news. This partnership is established to create the officially licensed MicroSD cards. We welcome, however, the joint initiative of Nintendo and SanDisk, which will allow the less knowledgeable to immediately locate a memory card that is compatible with their Switch in the rays, but it is nonetheless hoped that the next "official" will not artificially inflate the price of these memory cards...
Press "Save Options" (access it by pressing "x") and select "Transfer Save to Nintendo Switch".