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Nintendo has some maintenance planned for the early part of next week. A couple of sessions are planned, impacted the use of cloud saves and transferring data on Switch.

The full schedule is as follows:

Nintendo hasn’t been giving much in the way of advance notice concerning its maintenance plans as of late, but we do have a heads up about a bit of upcoming downtime. The Wii and 3DS eShops will be impacted for a few hours on June 15.

The full schedule is as follows:

Pokemon Home will be updated on both Switch and mobile next week, The Pokemon Company has announced. Users on both devices will need to download the latest patch in order to gain access. It’ll be version 1.1 on Switch and version 1.2 on mobile.

Prior to the new update, Pokemon Home will be undergoing maintenance. Features may be inaccessible on June 17 between 09:00 UTC and 14:00 UTC.


Have you had any issues using your credit card on the Switch eShop? If that’s the case, you can at least rest easy knowing that you’re not alone. An issue has been plaguing the digital store since the weekend.

According to Nintendo’s maintenance page, there have been issues since the following days/times:

As is weekly tradition, we have the latest maintenance schedule from Nintendo. Downtime previously planned for the eShops will be carried out early in the week.

Here’s the full schedule:

Nintendo has updated its maintenance schedule for the coming week, though there’s not too much action going on. There’s still just one session officially planned involving the eShops, and that won’t be happening until later in the month.

Here’s a look at the current schedule:

Update: All services have been restored. Downtime was at least three hours.

Original: All of Nintendo’s platforms are currently experiencing online issues. The company has confirmed that Switch, 3DS, and Wii U network services are down.

If you’re having trouble connecting with friends in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, now you know why. This also extends to the eShops and other services.

Here’s the current status update:

It’s been pretty quiet on the Nintendo maintenance front as of late, and that’ll be continuing into next week. At least for now, no immediate sessions are scheduled. Nintendo is only planning some downtime for the eShops later in the month.

Here’s the full schedule as things currently stand:

Nintendo’s maintenance schedule for this week looks a lot like the one from last week. As previously announced, there will be downtime involving the distribution of update data for Switch.

The full schedule is as follows:

Nintendo has updated its maintenance schedule for the coming week. At least thus far, only one session is planned for Switch involving the distribution of update data.

The full schedule is as follows: