The recently released Nintendo Switch Sports are all the rage right now, proving that motion-controlled virtual sports still have a huge audience. However, at the expense of its popularity, there have been some incidents of unintentionally activating the Joy-Con controller while a player is viewing an expensive TV or monitor online.
Earlier, I reported on a Nintendo Switch Sports warning posted on the publisher’s Japanese Twitter account. This alerts the player by keeping a sufficient distance from other players and the TV. It also prompted the Joy-Con wrist strap to be securely fastened and locked in place during play.
These warnings appear in released versions of Nintendo Switch Sports, but they don’t seem to completely prevent players from breaking their TVs and monitors.This is properly shown in the video below with a streamer 63 people After accidentally launching Joy-Con on the monitor he was playing the game on, he seemed completely upset (thank you, thank you. Kotaku).
It’s 2006 again
The unfortunate incidents shown above reflect a similar accident that many of us experienced while playing the 2006 innovative pack-in title Wii Sports. The Joy-Con controller on the Nintendo Switch is significantly smaller and lighter than the Wii remote, but it’s clear that it can cause property damage at reasonable speeds.
And, as at the time, playing Nintendo’s fast-moving games seems to have kept the desire to post about broken TVs and monitors.This post is Nintendo Switch subreddit It is just one example of many viruses.
And it’s definitely a bigger problem today than it was in the days of Wii Sports. The latest displays, including the best 4K TVs you can buy, are, of course, expensive. Also, its slim construction makes it vulnerable to damage from Joy-Con type fraudulent projectiles.
Experience has shown that it’s very easy to grab a Joy-Con slip on Nintendo Switch Sports, especially at a fierce tennis rally. After shaking the petite controller a few times, I was able to lose Joy-Con’s grip. Thankfully, my LG OLED CX is undamaged thanks to Joy-Con’s sturdy wrist strap that prevented the controller from popping out of my hand.
As long as Nintendo Switch Sports maintains a healthy player base, there may be constant stream of viral accident videos and screenshots posted online. The game is also set to receive strong post-launch support in the form of new sports and cosmetic items, which could at least some degree of popularity in the coming months and years.