Video capture is a common feature among modern home consoles; after all, who doesn't like showing off some of their most glorious gaming accomplishments through the wonder of recorded video? While systems like the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One have featured video capture support largely out of the gate, Nintendo was a little late to the punch: the Switch only earned video capture support back in October with the release of firmware version 4.0.0. What's worse, videos are limited to 30-second clips, and only a handful of games supported the feature at the time.
In the coming weeks, months, and years, more developers will be including video capture support to their games — and yes, it's up to the developers themselves to support video capture. But given enough time, players will be able to take clips of their gameplay in most major titles.
For now, though, the list of Nintendo Switch games with support for video capture is still quite slim. Here's the rundown on which games support the feature as well as a list of confirmed titles that will include video capture support sometime in the future.
Nintendo Switch Games That Currently Support Video Capture
When Nintendo Switch firmware version 4.0.0 was released, these were the original titles that included support for video capture:
• Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
• Splatoon 2
• The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Since then, Nintendo has updated the following games with support for the feature:
• 1-2 Switch
• Super Mario Odyssey
• Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle (added 12/18/2017)
Switch Games With Planned Support For Video Capture
The following games are those for which the developers have stated plans to implement video capture support. Do note that this list will change over time; we'll be sure to update this page with more games as more developers begin announcing and rolling out video capture support for their games.
Be sure to check back on this page every so often to stay on top of the latest Nintendo Switch games that support the system's video capture support.