You’d think that demand for the Nintendo Switch would eventually collapse, but that’s not the case just yet. The console has now sold 111 million units, up from 3.43 million in the last quarter.
While that’s no small dip compared to the same quarter last year, when it sold almost 1 million more units, Nintendo says it wasn’t because of demand, but because of chip shortages. But is that still true now?
I can’t judge that, but the Nintendo Switch is now available in retail outlets as normal and you can also buy the OLED model here and now on Amazon and with Prime it’s often with you tomorrow.
Nintendo continues to expect 21 million units in the fiscal year, which Nintendo ends in March 2023. So around Christmas, Nintendo wants to sell over 13 million units. Glad the Switch is doing so well, although I’m really starting to wish for more power and a 4K upgrade.
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