- Nintendo is being sued by a boy and his mother over the “Joy-Con drift”
- Their complaint alleged that Nintendo has not done enough to solve the issue and warn consumers
- The mother said that the two sets of Joy-Con controllers she has bought both experienced the hardware problem
Nintendo is being sued once more over a hardware problem common among Nintendo Switch controllers.
A boy and his mother have filed a class-action lawsuit against the Switch maker alleging that Nintendo has not done enough to solve “Joy-Con drift,” Tech Radar reported. This problem involves the analog sticks on the controllers randomly moving around and inputting commands to the console even when nobody is moving them.
Luz Sanchez alleged in the complaint that a month after she purchased her son’s Nintendo Switch, the Joy-Cons were registering movements even when her son was not touching them. She claimed that the