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Law firm opens Switch Joy-Con drift class action lawsuit investigation

Things are going to get messy
by rawmeatcowboy
18 July 2019
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Talk of Switch Joy-Con drift has been part of the discussion with fans since day one, but a recent thread on Reddit seems to have reignited the anger from fans all over. Some players have experience Joy-Con drift, with their joysticks reading input that the player isn't doing, and others haven't had an issue. Those who suffer from the problem are looking for Nintendo to offer up a fix, and now a law firm is taking matters into their own hands.

The law offices of Chimicles, Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith are looking to hear from Switch owners who have experienced Joy-Con drift. If you're one of those people, they want you to fill out their form with all the details. If enough people pool together and there's sufficient evidence of a wide-spread issue, the law firm will consider filing a class action lawsuit.

Fill in your information here (thanks Dondom95!)