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NOTE: At the time of writing this, most updates to complex games don’t work. This is because newer version uses newer Switch OS features we haven’t implemented. Prime your expectations accordingly.
Install file to NAND..., select your update NCA, and then in the drop down box select
Game Update. If you get an error, double check you encryption keys and dump.
%YUZU_DIR%/nand/useror the entire sd card to
Game Updatemenu won’t show (yuzu can infer it from the NSP metadata)
Update vX.Y.Zwhere X, Y, and Z are numbers. Don’t be alarmed if the numbers don’t match what the game says the version is, the version in the game list is the version as determined by Nintendo’s servers, the one in game is independent.
game.romfs, etc). This is because the romfs cannot be guaranteed to be the base game, and patching anything else will result in strange bugs and crashes. If you can guarantee that your romfs is the base game, skip to the Repacking to NSP section to force yuzu to patch it.
NOTE: All currently known updates require title keys. The title keys are also different than the base game’s. Refer to our key dumping guide for help.
python nspBuild.py out.nsp ...where … are the names of all the game files in the dir (
out.nspwill contain your packed games and updates will apply to it.
WARNING: For advanced users only
- Go to
%YUZU_DIR%/nand/user/yuzu_meta. Find the file called
Patch_<>.cnmt where <> is the title ID of the update. Open this file in a hex editor. Edit the four bytes starting at offset 0x8 to the version you want. This is a LE u32 value. To remove this custom version, make the value 0.