The Nintendo Switch has been out for a few days now which means that players are finally getting to grips with the console and its controllers. As well as discovering problems with the Joy-Cons, like the syncing issue, players are also finding interesting new ways to use them.
According to Nintendo Actu, the controllers can be connected to PC and Mac via Bluetooth. Using Button mapping software it is possible to use each Joy-Con separately, as its own controller.
The Joy-Con can also be used as a controller for Android devices, although latency may be an issue.
This will come as good news for Nintendo Switch owners who are looking for something to play after the credits roll on Zelda.
Earlier this week (March 6) it was revealed just how many Nintendo Switch units had been sold in the UK since launch. We will have to wait and see how well the Switch does, but having sold twice as much as Wii U did in its opening weekend, it’s off to a strong start.