“Easily thousands of Joy-Cons were coming through each week”.
Joy-Con drift sucks. Many of us have had it, and we’re sure many of us have had to contact Nintendo to send it off to get repaired. But did you know Nintendo itself doesn’t handle the repairs?
Kotaku has investigated the process of getting your Joy-Cons repaired if they get the dreaded drift. It has traced the service back to a company called United Radio, with a repair shop in Syracuse, New York. Nintendo is the face of the repairs, but United is the actual hands fixing your Joy-Cons.
Read the full article on nintendolife.com