“Switching to next-generation consoles is a major concern”

THE Nintendo recently revealed that 107.25 million units of the Switch have been sold since its release in March 2017, a good result that still poses particular challenges for the Japanese company.

VGC reports that in the latest earnings presentation, Nintendo Shuntaro Furukawa acknowledged that “the transition to next-generation hardware is a major concern” from a Japanese company.

As the Nintendo Switch is the most successful home console in Nintendo’s history, it’s only natural that the company should be cautious about the risks that launching a new generation of consoles could pose.

“To mitigate risk, we focus on building long-term relationships with our customers. As we continue to release new software for Nintendo Switch, we will also provide services that use Nintendo accounts and other intellectual property in addition to gaming software. We want this creative lasting impact with our customers. “said Furukawa.

Read also: Nintendo’s earnings will fall 0.6% to 3,470 million in fiscal 2021

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