Video game stories from other sites on the web. This applies to all Switch games, but specifically, only the games at launch day are showing this issue right now.
According to a tweet by Nintendo, they confirmed the issue by saying, "Some Nintendo Switch owners' play activity information is displaying incorrectly". Thankfully Nintendo is aware of the situation, explaining that they "expect to have more information to share in the near future".
Not only has it become one of the fastest-selling consoles within a ten month period, shipping almost 5 million units, but the Switch has been redefining how we play games and has offered us the luxury of taking our favorites on the go.
No further updates have been provided at the time of writing.
Nintendo will release two versions: a ¥ 7,000 (around $1103) initial limited edition, which includes a promotional button with a built-in music player (with 15 tracks pre-loaded), and a ¥ 5,000 (around $787) normal edition. It is unclear if Nintendo has a way of restoring the information, but the mishap has resulted in gamers calling out the company on it and asking for a better activity log.
Are you anxious you've lost your activity log? It's not a huge issue, and maybe Nintendo can fix it soon, but it does mean those brag worthy screenshots of your hundreds of hours in Zelda might unfortunately have vanished while you were looking elsewhere.