Nintendo has filed another class action proceeding today over the Switch Joy-Con drift.
Brian (Posted on November 17, 2020)@NE_Brian) News, switch
Nintendo has already handled several class action proceedings in the United States over Joy-Con drift. However, another complaint is currently being filed.
As discovered by polygon, A lawsuit was filed in a Seattle court today. This includes a technical breakdown completed by experts indicating that the problem was caused by wear on the controller’s internal pads. Plaintiffs’ attorneys say Nintendo is aware of the situation but has not properly notified consumers. The complaint refers to consumer advocacy investigations in France, Belgium and Switzerland.Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa was also formerly We apologize for the SwitchJoy-Con issue...
Minors proceeded with today’s proceedings after personally experiencing Joy-Con drift. The problem started three months after I bought the switch system, which was initially cared for by Nintendo, but the controller broke down again a few months later. Then I had the controller repaired again for a fee of $ 40. Eventually, the plaintiff passed three sets of Joy-Con. The proceedings call for illegal and unfair conduct against Nintendo, in addition to consumer fraud.
Below is a copy of the complaint. Includes photos of the technical disassembly and electron micrographs showing damage to the circuit.