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Tencent tells customer Joy-Con drift could be attributed to playing imported games

I'm gonna say that's not the issue

Whoever is in charge of the Switch technical help at Tencent is going to need some more training. A customer who purchased a Switch in China has noticed that their Joy-Con is already experiencing drift. When they reached out to Tencent for help with the situation, the rep they talked to had an interesting response.

The customer noted that they experienced the Joy-Con drift when playing an imported copy of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Tencent's rep suggested that the customer give the Joy-Con a try with a game that wasn't imported to see if the problem was still there.

Obviously we all know that imported games have no impact at all on Joy-Con performance, and thankfully the customer experiencing this issue knew that as well. Let's hope they can get a better answer and more help from Tencent moving forward.

Categories: Consoles
Tags: switch

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n64iac
Fri Dec 20 19 12:12am
Rating: 3

What are you talking about? Tencent cant be lying. Just be quiet and buy Chinese games. Only chinese games. Hail Leader Xi.

n64iac
Fri Dec 20 19 12:12am
Rating: 3

What are you talking about? Tencent cant be lying. Just be quiet and buy Chinese games. Only chinese games. Hail Leader Xi.

Get your hands out of all the Honeypots Pooh Xi Bear.

that's a load of crap.

there's my ten cents on the matter

Upvoted bc I had a good laugh.

I think this has something to do with Isolating there citizens. You know don't listen and search for information outside of the country. Like we are trying in the USA don't by imported. products. :D

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