Nintendo Provides Us A Detailed Update On The Recent Nintendo Network Outage

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Well Nintendo has provided a detailed update on the recent Nintendo Network outage. Via its Facebook page, the company says the primary causes of the current downtime are due to an influx of Nintendo Network accounts being created and accessing the Nintendo E-Shop. Nintendo has also apologized (Please understand lol) once again to those who are affected by the service’s unavailability, and says it will continue updating fans on the matter. You can read the company’s Facebook post below,

“Thank you very much for your patience while we perform maintenance on the Nintendo eShop and Nintendo Network. We sincerely appreciate your ongoing support. We wanted to share some details on what is causing this downtime, and update you on the current outage in service.

The initial outage was primarily caused by a one-time surge in demand over the recent holidays, compounded by the following:

1) An influx of new Nintendo Network accounts being created and accessing the Nintendo eShop.
2) Existing Nintendo 3DS account information being moved to new Nintendo Network accounts.

We are continuing to adjust our network to meet the needs of all our services and applications. To ensure our global audience has an expected level of consistency in service, we took the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS offline. We expect to have it back online no later than 4 a.m. ET on Dec. 29, but may have to perform more maintenance in the future.

We truly apologize for the inconsistencies in our online services. We are working hard around the clock to fully restore these functions, and will continue to keep you updated on our progress.”

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