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Nintendo has updated its maintenance schedule for the coming week, and fortunately, things are looking pretty light so far. At least for now, only one session is planned for Switch.

Here’s the schedule:

Nintendo has a few different sessions of maintenance planned, most of which are specifically for Switch. The downtime starts tomorrow and leads into the middle of the week.

Here’s the current maintenance schedule:

Nintendo’s maintenance schedule has updated once again. During the start of the week, we’ll be seeing a lot of store-related downtime.

Here’s the full schedule as of now:

Nintendo has updated its maintenance schedule for the coming week, but at least thus far, only one session is planned. Taking place at the start of this week, the company’s digital stores will be affected.

Here’s the full schedule:

It’s been quiet on the Nintendo maintenance front as of late, but things are about to ramp up once again. Four different sessions are currently planned for Switch over the next week.

Here’s the schedule as of now:

Nintendo has updated its maintenance schedule for the coming week. Only one session is planned at the moment, which will be taking place later tonight.

Here’s the full maintenance schedule:

Another round of Nintendo maintenance is scheduled for the coming week. Switch is involved with three different sessions starting tonight, and one also includes Wii U / 3DS.

Here’s the full schedule:

We just went through a busy week of maintenance, but at least so far, things are looking significantly quieter this week. Thus far, only one session is planned for Nintendo Network IDs.

The full schedule is as follows:

At least for now, Nintendo has quite a bit of maintenance planned for the next week. Sessions are lined up for Switch, the 3DS, and the eShops.

Here’s the schedule currently:

More Nintendo maintenance is planned for the coming week, with several sessions having been scheduled. Switch will be impacted again and there are a couple of other random periods lined up.

Here’s the current maintenance schedule: