The trouble with launching Joy-Con issues appears to be finally boiled, with a US law firm inviting to file a kind of lawsuit against Nintendo.
Details about it come from Chimicles, Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith – the company currently looking at the possibility of such a case. Here are some more details from its website:
CSK & D examines a potential class action based on reports that the Nintendo Joy-Con controller for their Nintendo Switch gaming console can experience a joystick drift issues. In particular, the joystick in Joy-Con is reported to automatically regulate movement when the joystick is not controlled and interrupts the gameplay.
It is evident that this is not the first time as it happened. The legal section of Nintendo has to do with many other legal patent claims over the years. The company currently working on headlines requires anyone affected by Joy-Con's transfer issues to contact its lawyers, by filling out an online form.