That depends if the first one doesn't have any downloaded games in it.I got a 128 GB SD card for Christmas and was wondering how I can use it without losing stuff. Can I just take out my old one, insert this new one, and everything is fine or is it more complicated?
I just learned that the default storage is internal and that the Switch doesn’t actually come with a microSD card. So inserting it still allowed me to keep my stuff!That depends if the first one doesn't have any downloaded games in it.
You should turn off the Switch, manually move the files from the first one to your computer, move them to the bigger one, put that one in the Switch, and done.
From Persona Central. Nice to see SMT V is still a thing, looking forward to any possible info after Scramble comes out.This week’s issue of Weekly Famitsu magazine #1622 features New Year’s cards and aspirations for 54 Japanese developers for the year 2020, including Atlus.
These cards include statements from the developers for the coming year. According to a magazine leak, Atlus’ comment is the following:
Not teasing as much as previous years, Atlus is reiterating that development is still ongoing for both of the company’s upcoming RPGs that have lacked updates for a long while.Both Shin Megami Tensei V and Project Re Fantasy are under active development.
It seems Nintendo Switch has finally outsold Xbone in retail sales (there is no comparison of shipments since there is no such data as "Xbox One Shipment Sales", Microsoft doesn't release them). Next threshold for both is SNES's 49.01 million sales, which should happen sometime earlier 2020 for Switch.
The moment it's revealed, I'm gonna ask the admins to open up the Direct thread.GameStop's internal database shows several mysterious SKUs under Switch.
This has sparked discussion that a Nintendo Direct is in the horizon (which would also be the perfect time to drop whoever the fifth DLC fighter for SSBU is).