Nintendo is making “continuous improvements” to Joy-Con controllers to combat drift

The Nintendo Switch Joy-Con drift issue is an unsightly blemish on an otherwise great console. The issue caused Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa to apologise to consumers, and has prompted lawsuits from miffed customers, too. Safe to say, it’s been a big issue for the company.

But at least Nintendo is attempting to tackle the issue. In a new interview with The Verge, Nintendo of America boss Doug Bowser has stated that the company is making “continuous improvements” to Joy-Con controllers in efforts to prevent the infamous hardware fault.

“As we’ve gone through the first five and a half years of the Nintendo Switch, we’ve observed gameplay, we’ve observed as people have returned units how they’ve worn, and we’ve been making continuous improvements overall to the Joy-Con, including the analog stick,” he told the site.

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