While the 1 year anniversary of the Nintendo Change's launch was generally an amazing time, it came with a bad realization for some users. As it turns out, it appears the Switch is just efficient in taping play time information for a year, so those who purchased their console at launch found their data for games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was disappearing from their profiles.Obviously, play time
information isn't really some vital statistic, however some gamers look at the amount of time they have actually sunk into a game as something of a badge of honor, making this unexpected disappearance a big disappointment. The bright side is that it isn't going to be like this forever-- Nintendo has actually come forward to state that this is a bug, and that it'll be repaired in an approaching software update.Nintendo of America stated as much over on its official Twitter account." Some Nintendo Switch owners'play activity info is showing incorrectly, however play activity is still being tape-recorded accurately in the background,"the tweet checks out."A future system update will solve this concern & guarantee play time information is properly displayed. We ask forgiveness for the inconvenience. "Nintendo does not discuss what's triggering this problem, however, it probably doesn't matter to a great deal of affected users. We envision those Change owners will just be pleased hearing that the issue is a fixable one, which their play time data is still being taped in the background. We'll see how rapidly Nintendo can get this update out the door, however for now, players can take solace in
that their Breath of the Wild game time totals aren't gone for great. Were you one of the Change owners who was impacted by this bug? Head down to the remarks section and let us understand!