The Segmentnext medium echoes a publication that through a tweet, Damien McFerran, renowned publisher of Nintendo Life, PushSquare and other media, shared on the social network a photograph showing that his Nintendo Switch had cracks in the fan and near the slot to insert the cartridges.
A quick review in the search engine both in news and images exposes a history that is far from being superficial, obviously, you do not have the background by which these cracks appear but it is something that must be taken into account and see if Nintendo is pronounced officially.
Damien McFerran says “Just noticed my Switch has multiple cracks along the top edge of the console; I don’t treat it harshly so I’m not sure where these have come from. Is this a weak point of the design?”
Just noticed my Switch has multiple cracks along the top edge of the console; I don't treat it harshly so I'm not sure where these have come from. Is this a weak point of the design? pic.twitter.com/4E4fdoXwZx
— Damien McFerran (@DamienMcFerran) July 5, 2018
Note that initially there was already a user alert on the left Joy-Con that had signal failures and synchronization that Nintendo timely recognized and was responsible for the repair for the benefit of users who were premiering their console.
Has your Nintendo Switch presented a crack? Tell us in the comments!