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The EU wants an investigation of the Switch’s Joy-Con ‘drift’ issues – Engadget

The European Consumer Organisation received more than 25,000 complaints over the problem.



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The European Union’s joint consumer program has urged an investigation into the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con drift issue after it received almost 25,000 complaints from across the continent. Drift occurs when the Joy-Cons don’t communicate properly with the console or when they start to register inputs by themselves, such as a character moving without a player touching a thumbstick.
The European Consumer Organisation (BEUC) said that 88 percent of respondents from across the EU claimed their Joy-Cons…

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