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Joy-Con Drift may have been solved by Nintendo, in Zelda’s new Joy-Con – Nerd4.life

Nintendo Switch It’s an incredible console and the commercial success proves it. However, Kyoto’s gaming machine has one big little problem: Joy Con Drift. In fact, Switch console analog sticks tend to receive wrong inputs after some time which makes them uncomfortable if not impossible to play. Now, however, it appears that Nintendo has secretly solved the problem inside the Joy-Con dedicated to The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword HD.

As you can see below, Twitter user Mario_RPG_Fan opened the Joy-Con of The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword HD and noticed that under the analog sticks there were two lines: these are not found on other console models. Nintendo converts. We know, thanks to YouTuber VK, that Stick Drift has been canceled by creation pressure under cranes: So it is credible that Big N has adopted this solution in these new models.

YouTuber VK inserted a small piece of cardboard to create compression and solve the Joy-Con drift of the Switch problem. Nintendo, of course, has come up with a more specific solution, or so we suppose at least.

In fact, we remind you that there has not been any kind of announcement by the company regarding the Joy-Con drift issue. Nintendo hasn’t said it made this change, so we don’t know if it’s actually designed to solve the Switch drift issue. We’ll have to wait for one official confirmation by the Japanese company.


Joy-Con of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD has an interesting mod

Finally, we point out that Zelda: Skyward Sword HD leads the usual Nintendo Switch range in Japan. To stay on the topic of portable consoles, says Gabe Newell, the Steam Deck and Nintendo Switch target different users.

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