Just got your Nintendo Switch OLED model but the screen is not quite what you expected? Don’t worry, Nintendo Life’s American video producer Zion Grassl has a solution!
Be warned – if you change the brightness settings of your screen on this new OLED model, there is a risk of burn-in.
When that’s done, here are some ways to improve the brightness of the screen:
> Hold down the HOME menu, adjust the brightness and switch off the “Auto-brightness” setting.
“Please increase your brightness with caution, maybe it is best to just leave the automatic brightness on, but if you want to get more brightness out of your screen, this is the way to increase it – just be careful.”
Alternatively, you can follow the next steps:
> Go down to the “System Settings” icon in the HOME menu, scroll down to “System”, scroll down this menu to “Console Screen Colors” and switch from “Vivid” to “Standard”.
“You’ll find that the screen looks a lot more normal, a little softer on the eyes … depending on the game you’re playing, you may want to change it back up in vivid ways.”
Again, all at your own risk – but hopefully these additional options can make your time with the new Switch OLED model a little more comfortable.
Let us know in the comments below if this helped you.