Switch has grown to become the second-generation console after the PS4 in sales, with great success. Nintendo even decided to boost Switch production by 20% in the new fiscal year because of strong demand. But Nintendo also has a thorny problem ahead of it, which is that Switch has suffered a full-line crack, which has clearly affected its more lucrative game sales.
Nintendo is asking a U.S. court to issue a permanent shutdown order against the game store that sells Team-Xecuter crackers,media reported.
Team-Xecuter softened the first-generation Switch as early as 2018, and this year developed the SX Core and SX Lite tools to crack the Switch’s entire line (including Long Life, Lite, Bank of China, etc.) and launch a guided home-made SX OS system once and for all.
However, Nintendo has been using lawsuits since May against cracking tool distributors, and some sites have been forced to shut down, but Nintendo has found that some organizers continue to infringe on their own interests by changing their domain names.