Even though the Nintendo Switch is a hybrid console, there’s no harm in owning multiple versions of the device, especially with the upcoming OLED model on the horizon. If you do already own more than one Nintendo Switch and you have the same profile logged into them, it’s worth noting that the first system to do so will be designated as your primary Switch console.
While your primary console can access all downloaded games without needing to go through DRM checks, your secondary Switch will need to be connected to the Internet in order to access those titles.
For those Nintendo fans planning to add to their gaming console library with a second Switch such as the OLED or Switch Lite and don’t want to go through the hassle of finding a Wi-Fi spot to connect to just for a quick gaming session, changing your primary console thankfully isn’t a chore. Here’s how it works.
Continue Reading at GameSpot
Source: Game Spot Mashup