Switch Sports servers are coming back online [Update]

Switch Sports servers are coming back online [Update]

The 1.2.1 update has introduced a new issue, and Nintendo is contemplating it.

[Update: Nintendo has discussed its plans for a fix this week, distributing two updates detailed on its website, according to Google. The text will be translated on October 18, restoring online play, with a second scheduled to follow on the 20th.

The original story on the outage from October 14 is released.

While it investigates a fresh issue causing crashes, Nintendo has taken the servers for granted, suspending online play and save data backup.

A bug has been discovered in the latest Ver. 1.2.1 update of. It has been causing pre-match loading delays, affecting both online and offline play.

While Nintendo has suspended the release of the update, it has also temporarily taken servers down while it investigates. Evidently, online play will not be available, and save data backup will be suspended as well.

While we investigate to find a solution, #NintendoSwitchSports servers will be temporarily shut down, and offline play will not be permitted during this time. Save data backup is also temporarily suspended. We sincerely apologise for the inconvenience.

Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) October 14, 2022

A quick pause in play

Ver. 1.2.1 forwas first available earlier this week, on October 12. Its goal was to strengthen measures against disruptive behaviors. That includes any fraudulent behavior, including save data manipulation.

The previous version, Ver. 1.2.0, added a bit to theuccessor. One-on-one and four-on-four soccer received leg strap support, volleyball received a fresh slide attack move, and some nice features were added for online play.

While the single-player progression was not the most enjoyable, it still had a lot to offer for multiplayer gatherings. And honestly, who doesnt have much-loved memories of bowling?

Hopefully the internet will be able to make a comeback very soon. Despite the golf update, which was later pushed out of September, but should then arrive sometime in the holiday season.

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