Do not forget that yours The switch needs regular attention, Even if you don’t want to play anything on it.
It’s not Nintendo Is happy about the global pandemic, but does not deny that the coronavirus condition has had a tremendously positive impact on its sales. Switch Console / handheld hybrid system. Less expensive than rival hardware and from Sony and Microsoft Large library of games designed for non-hardcore gamers, Switch is a great way for people who usually do not spend much time at home to keep themselves entertained.
Most of the newcomers to the hobby have switched back to spring And found weeks of fun developing them Animal Crossing Island or pattern Smash Brothers. ‘ Large and surprisingly viable list of warriors. It is possible Casual consumer switches have been idle for some time because innovation has waned and their enthusiasm has cooled., But Nintendo’s customer support department Recently put a tweet Lapsed gamers asking to burn their systems again.
The battery built into the game machine will not charge if it is not charged or used for a long time.
Please charge once every six months. pic.twitter.com/Je8QNH5SNT
– Nintendo support (in Nintendo_Silo) September 28, 2020
The tweet reads:
“If the battery in your game system is not charged or used for a long time, it will not be able to charge.
Please adapt to your system and charge once every six months. ”
For some longtime gamers, the classic handheld is dug out of the room to replay an old favorite only to find that they have experienced the pain of nostalgia and that the system is unusable, which is common sense. Attracting a switch that goes on for many months without being a multi-generational gamer, and not interested enough to play the game, Nintendo felt the need to inform / remind everyone, triggering reactions:
“So I can no longer charge my switch.”
“If this happens to your switch battery, you need to send it to Nintendo so they can replace it.”
“The switch is like a pet – it needs regular attention.”
“I also make sure to check the battery regularly on my Wii U gamepad.”
It should be noted that this situation is not unique to the switch, as other electronic devices that are left with an empty battery for a long time develop similar problems. One difference is that with smartphones and tablets, most people use them on a daily basis (thereby drying and recharging the battery regularly) until they are replaced with newer, higher-spec models. Generally, if those devices are not charged, the owner does not intend to use them again.
So if you do not use your switch (or PS Vita, if you are old school [or PSP, if you’re really old school]), For a while but suppose you want to use it again at some point, go ahead and charge the battery. Even if you do not expect to gamble with it again, keeping the battery in good working order will give you some extra cash when you decide to sell the hardware.
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