Video gaming site GameSpot has heard back from Nintendo regarding whether the Joy-Cons for the upcoming Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) are built and constructed any differently than the current Joy-Cons on the Nintendo Switch system and the Switch Lite. Nintendo of America told the website that the “configuration and functionality” is exactly the same as the current Joy-Cons so there’s no difference in how they are built or manufactured. Those of you who have experienced the frustrating Joy-Con drift in the past may well find that they have the same issues occur with the newer Nintendo Switch (OLED model). Only time will tell. The new and improved Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) launches worldwide on 8th October.
“The Joy-Con controller configuration and functionality did not change with Nintendo Switch system (OLED model),” the Nintendo representative said. “The configuration and functionality is the same as that of the Joy-Con controllers for the Nintendo Switch system.”