However, it seems like they will be available in the game, sadly only in a limited capacity.
To take advantage of the new feature, simply plug in your headphone's USB adapter to the USB port on the Switch's dock, and you'll be good to go. A missed opportunity, for sure.
Nintendo also just released a software update for the Nintendo Switch that allows data transfer between consoles, including saves, and I can confirm that this works as advertised from personal experience.
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The big update for Nintendo Switch adds a lot of great features. Both systems need to be updated to version 4.0.0 and they both need to be connected to the internet. It has also added the ability to save and share video clips from certain games, which could help raise the hype factor around high-profile releases, they say. After you edit it you can post it to your Facebook or Twitter if you want. Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is already a contender for game of the year and considering how much it raked in for Nintendo along with the likes of Mario Kart 8, Mario + Rabbids: Kindgom Battle and more (Super Mario Odyssey is right around the corner too!).
It's also worth bearing in mind that you can't have your user data straddle two consoles - once it's transferred from the source console, your user profile will no longer be accessible on that first machine.
Also Nintendo has also finally delivered on its promise to support video capture for Switch games, but the functionality has launched in a weird (and therefore Nintendo-like) way. This is the third time in a row that the Nintendo Switch has outsold the competition and the fifth time that it has happened in the short (seven month) but glorious time of availability for the console. This includes pre-loading of the game to the system for quicker play when the game is officially out.