Although fans will be disappointed to know that a Marvel vs Capcom version isn't in the works for players, Nintendo Switch is bringing a lot of new features for players that will help them improve gameplay and get the most from their consoles. Nintendo is slowly inching toward allowing players to back up their data while creating Video Capture for four new games. The latest update to the gaming system is a big one as well, and it adds a lot of new features that gamers have been waiting for. The gaming console has also become the best selling system three months in a row and captured two-thirds of the sales for the month of September.

Video capture and backing up data

Ars Technica reported that the Switch is moving toward allowing gamers to back up their data. This is an important feature for gamers, and it was missing from the initial release. Players are disappointed that the system doesn't offer the long-running Virtual Console or traditional apps like media players and web browsers. Players can now save their data though between systems instead of the data being trapped on the default system. This change still doesn't allow players to back up their data to an SD card or computer. The system now allows for video capture of four different games: "Mario Kart 8 Deluxe," "Arms," "Splatoon 2," and "Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild."

Latest features released in update

Game Spot reported that the latest update to Switch is a big one.

It offers wireless support for headphones. The biggest features are the ability to transfer files to a new system and video capture. Players can get instructions from the Nintendo site on how to make the transfer, and the transfer does delete the data from the source console. It also includes a Mario Kart 8 update. Players can press down the capture button and save the last 30 seconds of gameplay to their albums.

Video can be edited and shared on Facebook and Twitter. Users also get new customization options and icons for "Super Mario Odyssey" and "Breath of the Wild."

Techcrunch reported that the Nintendo Switch nabbed two-thirds of the sales in September for gaming consoles. So far the system has sold over two million units in the U.S.

High profile software releases like "Super Mario Odyssey" have also bolstered the sales of the system. Fans will be excited to know that it was recently discovered that there is a hidden Easter egg in the console and it is an additional embedded game in the system.