Nintendo To Double Switch Production For Next Year

Posted: Nov 13 2017, 6:28am CST | by , in News | Technology News

 
Nintendo to Double Switch Production for Next Year
  • Nintendo to Increase Switch Console Production Early Next Year

Nintendo Switch gaming consoles to see double the production early next year

Nintendo saw enormous success this year in its Nintendo Switch gaming console. The gaming console surpassed its predecessor Wii U’s sales records within a year. It is expected still to surpass more records.

The success of the gaming console can be attributed to the gaming consoles’ different gameplay modes including handheld mode and TV mode as well as a line-up of hit games.

Games like Splatoon 2, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey have been attributed for the success of the gaming console. More games like Pokémon, Metroid Prime, Yoshi and Kirby franchises are also set to come to Nintendo Switch.

So, these facts are indicative that Nintendo Switch sales are going to hike over 2018. Even with the success of the gaming console, it remains behind the demand of the games. Nintendo is taking steps towards increasing the production of the gaming consoles.

According to a report given to Wall Street Journal by Nintendo, the gaming company has said that they will be working towards increasing their console production figures to almost double by early 2018.

Nintendo Switch has already reached a deficit in the supply and demand chain. They have had to produce more gaming consoles than their initial line. The sales are expected to go up still during the holiday season. The new production line is probably set to start as soon as the holiday season is over.

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