Switch: Nintendo sued again for Joy-Con drift

Switch: Nintendo sued again for Joy-Con drift
Since the launch of the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo has been dealing with lawsuits that revolve around the problems of the console's left Joy-Cons. Some copies still have the so-called "drifting" of the analog stick, which means that characters in a game move minimally even though no input has been made. A law firm has now also brought a lawsuit in Canada.

The lawyers represent a person who bought a Nintendo Switch in November 2017. Joy-Con drifting surfaced around eleven months after the purchase. After the controller was sent to Nintendo for repair, the problem recurred two months later. The law firm's lawsuit now states that Nintendo is hiding a "hidden defect" and that the possible error should be pointed out more clearly.

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For some time now, rumors about a Nintendo Switch Pro have been circulating on the Internet. The upgraded version of the console could be out later this year and bring new things like 4K output, an OLED screen, and more. So far, Nintendo has held back. The Switch has been available in stores (buy now) since March 2017.

via WCCFtech