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Nintendo’s maintenance schedule for the coming week has started to update. As of now, two sessions are planned for Switch – we’ll have to see if additional sessions are added later on.

For now, here’s the current schedule:

Nintendo’s maintenance schedule for the coming week has started to populate. A couple of sessions are currently planned, both related to Switch.

The schedule – as of now – is as follows:

Nintendo has another round of maintenance scheduled for the coming week, including one session that starts today. Switch will be primarily impacted.

Here’s the full maintenance schedule as of now:

Nintendo has started to update its maintenance schedule for the coming days. It’s looking like another quiet week so far, with just one session planned.

The current schedule is as follows:

Nintendo has started to update its maintenance schedule for the coming week. Things are looking relatively quiet as of now, with only one session planned for the middle of the week.

The current schedule is as follows:

Now that the holidays are over, Nintendo is gearing up for more maintenance. Thus far only one session is planned specifically for Switch happening a few hours from now.

The current schedule is as follows:

A whole bunch of Nintendo maintenance is lined up over the next few days. The fun begins today, with specific sessions for games including Pokemon: Let’s Go, Minecraft, Super Mario Odyssey, and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. All Nintendo systems will also be impacted over the next few days.

Here’s the full lineup of maintenance:

Nintendo is gearing up for even more maintenance over the next few days. Switch will be the only platform impacted thus far, with three different sessions planned starting tonight.

The current maintenance schedule is as follows:

In just a short while, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will be going down for maintenance. Nintendo is temporarily disabling online functionality in order to “improve your experience”.

Maintenance will take place during the following times:

After a fairly quiet past week for Nintendo maintenance, things are picking up in a big way over the next few days. Starting today, several different sessions are planned that will impact 3DS, the Nintendo Switch Parental Controls app, and Switch itself.

The current schedule is as follows: