Nintendo has been struggling with Joy-Con drift for years — an issue in which the Switch console's joystick registers inputs without even touching them. This problem also affected Switch Lite owners, and even worse for them, because the criminals are built into this mobile device.
Recently, a fan shared a simple solution to this problem, but Nintendo doesn't seem to be able to completely solve this problem. In a recent Q&A session with developers about the Nintendo Switch OLED model, Nintendo CEO Toro Yamashita said that they have repeatedly demonstrated the wear resistance and durability of the analog sticks that come with different switch models. Yamashita added that Nintendo has also improved its internal reliability testing method.
Even with progress, dressing is inevitable.
Another semi-manager, Ko Shiota, has described the problem with tires that wear out over time due to constant friction in contact with driving surfaces. "In the same way, we asked ourselves how to increase durability, and not only that, but how do we bring both function and durability together? This is something we constantly struggle with." Thus, Nintendo is constantly looking to determine which combination of materials is less corrosive. The success of the company's latest Switch platform, the Switch OLED model, launched today alongside the Metroid Dread for $349.99. p>
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Nintendo engineers say the Switch Joy-Con drift due to corrosion is inevitable
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