Nintendo Switch skins can be very loose, which makes it very easy to get them to fall off, but there’s one key difference: They don’t have any texture to fall back on.
This is a new feature, and one that’s being rolled out for all new Switch games that will be launched on March 31, 2018.
A new “loose” texture has been added to the game, which has been available to play since the first Switch launch on April 29.
It’s a simple, yet powerful change, and Nintendo is saying it will allow the Switch to be played “without losing any of the original” design details.
The new “no texture” option will also allow you to play with just the skin, and is similar to the way other console versions work, such as the PS4 Pro.
It’ll take a few tries to get it right, but it should allow for some very interesting experiences with the Switch.
The Switch’s first-party skins are all new, with a whole new skin pack available to buy now.
It includes a bunch of new Nintendo Switch faces, including new Nintendo characters like Pikachu, Mario, Zelda, and more.
Here’s how the new skin looks when it’s installed.
This will be a new option in the menu, and should be available for all future Switch releases.
There are a bunch more skins available in the same pack, including some familiar faces like Link, and the familiar face of Zelda, but this is the first time we’ve seen a bunch in this fashion.
The skin packs are available in Nintendo Switch stores and through the Nintendo eShop for $3.99.
These are available to download now, so be sure to check them out.
In addition to these new skins, the game also introduces a bunch new content, including a new boss, a new stage, and new stages to play in.
Here are the new skins that will also be released on March 21.