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In early November, Nintendo released a system update for the Switch, bringing it up to version 15.0.1.

As data miner OatmealDome revealed at the time, it included several fixes. As always, there have also been “general system stability improvements” to improve the overall user experience.

Today’s update is a little different, as it’s a “rebootless” update to the existing firmware (version 15.0.1). As the same source explained, these updates do not require the console to be restarted or the user to do anything on their end.

This latest update to version 15.0.1 makes changes to the “bad words” list. Here full summary courtesy of OatmealDome:

[Nintendo Switch Firmware Update] – No reboot update for 15.0.1 released.

“The only changes are to bad word lists. Various terms have been added. Also, the lists appear to have been shuffled a bit to prevent accidental blocking of harmless text in some languages.”

This is the first no-reboot update since July 14.1.2. You can get a full rundown on the latest Switch firmware update in our previous coverage.

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