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Nintendo has added to its upcoming maintenance schedule. There’s still a session involving all of the eShops, but now Switch update data, Switch Parental Controls, and the Switch Online app will be impacted as well.

Here’s the full schedule currently:

Nintendo has scheduled in some maintenance for later in the month. Switch, 3DS, and Wii U will all be impacted – specifically the eShops.

Here’s the full schedule currently:

Nintendo is planning maintenance towards the middle of next week, though only Wii U and 3DS will be impacted. Logging in with Nintendo Network ID will be unavailable for several hours.

The full maintenance schedule is currently as follows:

Nintendo has a smattering of different maintenance sessions lined up for the early part of next week. Switch, Wii U, and 3DS will all be impacted in various ways.

Here’s the full schedule as of now:

Nintendo has a little bit of maintenance planned to kick off next week. All eShops will be impacted for an hour – Switch, Wii U, and 3DS.

Here’s the full schedule as things stand now:

Not much has changed with Nintendo’s upcoming maintenance schedule, as there’s only one announced period at the moment. All of the eShops will be impacted for a couple of hours to start the week, but there’s nothing else so far.

Here’s the full schedule:

Update: All service has been restored.


Original: According to Nintendo’s website, the Switch eShop is currently experiencing emergency maintenance. The store has been down since approximately 2:40 AM PT / 5:40 AM ET / 10:40 AM in the UK / 11:40 AM in Europe.

Anyone who attempts to access the Switch eShop will be unable to do so at this time. Unfortunately, Nintendo doesn’t say when service will be restored. We’ll keep you posted.

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Nintendo’s upcoming maintenance schedule has been updated. Aside from a session involving all eShops within the next day or so, there’s more downtime planned for the following week.

The full schedule is as follows:

Based on Nintendo’s current schedule, previously-scheduled maintenance involving the eShops is still planned for the start of April. Switch, Wii U, and 3DS will all be impacted for a couple of hours leading into next month.

The full schedule is as follows:

Nintendo has updated its upcoming maintenance schedule, and two sessions are planned. Nintendo Switch Parental Controls will be impacted during the early part of this coming week while all of the eShops will be affected to kick off April.

Here’s the current schedule in full: