Law firm Chimicles Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith amended its on Friday to include the Switch Lite. The complaint, originally filed in July, alleges that Nintendo marketed and sold the Switch and Joy-Con controllers despite being "aware of the defect through online consumer complaints." Drifting is the name given to the situation when analog sticks on the controller don't return to center properly, thus creating a constant input in a particular direction.
Since its release on Sept. 20, there have been a few Switch Lite owners who've shared videos of issues with the portable console's controllers. In particular, the videos show a problem with the left analog stick. However, the problem doesn't appear to be widespread.
Nintendo began addressing the drifting problem not long after the lawsuit was filed. The Japanese company offered towithout a proof of purchase.
Nintendo didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.