Nintendo: 20 million for current fiscal year

Nintendo: 20 million for current fiscal year

Nintendo aims to sell 20 million Nintendo Switch family units this fiscal year, a 10% decrease from previous year.

According to the Kyoto-based corporation, the updated projection is largely owing to current component shortages and supply chain concerns impacting other companies like as Apple and Sony, which have been compounded by Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine. According to Nikkei Asia, this is a 30% decline from fiscal year 2020, when Switch sales peaked at 28.83 million devices. Despite the Switch being six years old, the business has said that demand remains strong. Nintendo intends to transfer more software to compensate for the fall in Nintendo Switch hardware sales.

About Nintendo Switch

Even if you don’t have a TV, you can enjoy the home console gaming experience with Nintendo Switch. Nintendo Switch can adapt to your needs, allowing you to enjoy the games you choose no matter how hectic your life is. It’s a new age in which you don’t have to change your lifestyle to play games; instead, your console adapts to your lifestyle. Play games whenever, anywhere, and with anyone you choose! Battery life has been extended. It takes between 4.5-9 hours. The battery life is affected by the games you play. For The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, for example, the battery will last roughly 5.5 hours.