Despite the fact that Switch has been selling like hotcakes in recent times, it actually outperformed its main rivals to become the best-selling console of 2018 in the US. UU ) have been circulating for some time.
Earlier this month, badysts shared their beliefs that Nintendo will release a new version of the console this year, and possibly even go as far as to get rid of the Joy-Con configuration as part of a system. Mini & # 39; 100% portable. While it is likely that at some point there will be a change or a revision, the president of Nintendo, Shuntaro Furukawa, has suggested that things remain as they are for now in a recent interview with the Japanese publication The Sankei News.
In the interview, Furukawa was once again asked about the goal of 20 million Switch units for this financial year. We've heard your comments about being "ambitious" countless times, but the next part of the commentary is highlighted here (translation through Nintendo Everything).
Furukawa: "It's an extremely ambitious achievement, but it's worth it, so we will keep this objective in mind, Nintendo Switch is our main sales objective, and we are not considering a successor or a price cut at this time."
Therefore, not only the goal of 20 million units is still very important, but Nintendo seems to believe that it can be achieved without any change in its current strategy. If the console is still selling at a comfortable pace, possible hardware revisions or price drops may be postponed. & # 39; If it's not broken, do not fix it & # 39; – and all that.
Did you expect to see some price drops or new Switch models this year? What do you think the first change will be when the time comes? Share your thoughts with us below.