Wednesday, November 25

Joy-Con drift

Joy-Con drift, Manufacturers, News, nintendo, Switch

Nintendo reportedly said the Joy-Con drift problem ‘is not a real problem’

Nintendo argued that the Switch Joy-Con drift issue "is not a real problem or has not caused any inconvenience to anyone," US law firm Chimicles Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith (CSK & D) said in an email. electronic. then posted online. CSK & D is now asking people to provide video accounts to detail the negative experiences they had with Nintendo Switch controllers, according to the Chronicle of videogames (VGC). For those unfamiliar with the Switch, Joy-Con drift refers to an issue where the joystick controls on the handheld console record inputs even when players don't touch them. The issue has plagued the console for some time and was brought to the attention of the general public when a class action lawsuit was filed against the company in 2019. The...