It’s been a few days since Nintendo launched their Nintendo Switch Online service worldwide and despite being one of the most awaited things this year on Switch, China users of the Switch are facing problems while connecting to it. It’s been confirmed by various sources including Chinese YouTube channel of Nintendo which tells that people, especially in China are facing many issues while connecting to the service. These issues include having black screens and connection failures resulting in no online multiplayer for big first-party titles like Splatoon 2, Mario Kart 8 and more. Now it’s good to know that people at Nintendo China know about the issue and they recently sent out a Tweet while suggesting that these issues are most probably caused due to “the introduction of Google-based servers.” This was also expected as Google’s sites and most services are banned in China along with social platforms meaning anyone who uses the same service is expected to face this issue. As GameIndustry.Biz reports, Pokemon Go was intentionally denied a license in China due to it using Google Maps so the case looks worse now. Now this will not come as a surprise to you that Nintendo Switch hasn’t been… Read full this story
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