If you are going to give your loved ones a new console for Christmas, remember to configure the devices in advance. Microsoft and Nintendo representatives recommend carrying out the process as soon as possible, which will avoid problems with overloaded servers.
The new console is definitely one of the long-awaited gifts for many game lovers. At the same time, the holiday season presents a huge challenge for manufacturers and a huge pressure on the servers of individual systems. Nintendo and Microsoft encourage customers to pre-set new equipment through social media.
On the Japanese and American Big N Twitter account, there was news about the configuration of the Nintendo Switch before the gift – thanks to this, new owners will be able to start the game immediately, without having to download updates or games. The US branch has developed a special guide that will help less experienced users pay attention to the configuration.
Got a new #NintendoSwitch for Christmas?
Whether it’s your first Nintendo Switch or a plug-in, here’s some info to help you out! “
Microsoft decided to take a similar step – Larry Hryb (Major Nelson) encourages setting up Xbox:
PSA: If you’re giving someone a console as a Christmas gift – take it out of the box, download, install and update the device – so the person can play faster. This page will help you https://www.xbox. (…]-begin“.
A Microsoft representative also mentioned the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate offer, thanks to which users can check out items via the cloud without waiting for the title to download.
Bonus: For Xbox One or Series X | S – and you’re subscribed to XboxGamePass Ultimate – you can also play games directly from the cloud before installing them – saving time and space. Enjoy faster than ever. Details about this blog post https: // news. (…) keyboard“
Bonus: For Xbox One, or Series X | S – and you Tweet embed Ultimate Shared – You can also play games directly from the cloud before installing them – saving time and storage space. Have fun faster than ever. Details in this blog post https://t.co/f8lzxS4B0S
Larry Harib (@majornelson) December 20 2021
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