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Nintendo has scheduled a bit of maintenance for early next week. All eShops will be impacted – Switch, 3DS, and Wii U.

Here’s the full schedule:

Nintendo has scheduled a small bit of maintenance for this coming week, which fortunately won’t have too big of an impact. Posting to social networks from Switch may be down for a couple of hours during the middle of next week.

Here’s the full schedule:

Nintendo has quite a bit of maintenance scheduled, though all upcoming sessions will be complete towards the start of next week. All of the Big N’s platforms will be impacted.

Here’s the full schedule:

Nintendo has scheduled a bit of new maintenance. During the early portion of next week, the Nintendo Switch Online service will be impacted – specifically relating to save data with the cloud.

Here’s the full schedule:

Nintendo has updated its maintenance schedule for the coming week, with more downtime planned. Aside from a session for the Switch eShop, Nintendo Switch Online save data will be briefly impacted, and another period is lined up a few days from now involving network services.

Here’s the full schedule:

Nintendo’s upcoming maintenance schedule has received an update. The eShop will be impacted twice this month – the first time early next week on Switch, Wii U, and 3DS, followed by another period specifically for Nintendo’s current console.

The full schedule is as follows:

Not much has changed with Nintendo’s maintenance schedule. The company is still planning a session later this month that will impact the Switch, 3DS, and Wii U eShops.

The full schedule is as follows:

Nintendo’s current maintenance schedule is mostly status quo. There’s still one period planned for later this month involving all of the eShops, which will be impacted for a few hours.

The full schedule is as follows:

Nintendo has updated its upcoming maintenance schedule with a slot for the eShops. Switch, Wii U, and 3DS will all be impacted during the middle of January.

The full schedule as things stand now is as follows:

If you’ve been having trouble with the Switch eShop today, you can rest easy knowing that you’re not alone. For whatever reason, the store isn’t operating normally. You may be unable to connect to the eShop, navigate different pages, or even make purchases.

We happened to notice this a few hours ago, though there was no word from Nintendo itself. Now, however, the company’s maintenance page has updated, stating that it is “experiencing difficulties with our network services.”

Nintendo doesn’t provide any sort of estimate as to when the situation will be fully resolved. Hopefully it’ll all be taken care of soon enough.

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