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Once again, Nintendo has updated its maintenance schedule for the coming week. A few different sessions are planned, all of which impact Switch.

The current schedule is as follows:

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Per usual, Nintendo has updated its maintenance schedule once again. Fortunately things are looking light so far with only one session planned for Switch later tonight.

Here’s the current schedule:

Nintendo will be picking up with its plans for maintenance in the days ahead. Sessions will start tonight, continuing throughout the week. Various platforms and services will be affected.

Here’s the maintenance schedule as of now:

Nintendo’s maintenance schedule for the coming week has once again been updated. Thus far, only two sessions are planned – one for Switch, and another for Nintendo Network ID.

The current schedule is as follows:

More Nintendo maintenance is planned over the next few days. Currently, three sessions are lined up for Switch starting tomorrow.

The schedule as of now is as follows:

After updating its maintenance schedule for the coming week, Nintendo has four different sessions of downtime planned. Splatoon 2 will be impacted tonight, and Switch overall has three windows planned within the next few days.

Here’s the current schedule:

Nintendo has updated its maintenance schedule for the coming week, and there’s quite a bit planned so far. Most of the sessions primarily impact Switch and will be starting later today.

The full schedule is as follows:

Nintendo has updated its maintenance schedule for the coming week once again. Currently, a Switch-specific session is planned as well as for Switch Parental Controls.

Right now, the maintenance schedule is as follows:

Nintendo has started to update its maintenance schedule for the coming week. Fortunately, only one session is planned thus far, and it should be over after tonight.

Here’s a look at the schedule as of now: