One not enough for most families. Nintendo revealed the inside Q&A with investors that, in the year up to March 31, approximately 20% of the switch kits were sold to already existing families. This works around 5.8 million, e.g. Gamasutra notes.
There are a number of reasons why this is the case. The epidemic, led to more people playing video games last year, so families probably played as together at different drops. Some people have purchased the to use as a moving machine when their fixed switch is solid. And perhaps, perhaps, some people bought the Second Amendment as a cost-effective solution .
“Going forward, we hope that the demand for several family machines will increase even as sales of electronic devices increase,” Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa said at the invitation. “In the region, significant growth in trade continues in Asia, and we believe there is still ample opportunity to grow new needs in Europe and the United States, given the growing population.”
Elsewhere, In addition to being extremely challenging in itself, it encouraged new developers to try out other major Nintendo franchises such as Zelda and Mario, according to Furukawa. He also said that Nintendo still has its problems with shortcomings and difficulties in manufacturing with the switch, which he said is within his lifetime. Furukawa also added that shipments to Europe also delayed the closure of the Suez Canal.
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