Nintendo Switch Lite brings in more gamers

Yolanda Curtis
November 15, 2019

Now Nintendo changes their tune all the time, so if a theoretical Switch Pro comes along at E3 2020 or E3 2021, they'd basically have to decrease the price of the base Switch to help justify said Pro. Nintendo's strategy for profitability will come purely from increasing unit sales.

According to information launched by Nintendo, there are some interesting statistics, concerning the players that have determined to take home (or in the stock exchange, it needs to be claimed) a Nintendo Switch Lite console.

While the drums of war continue to pound over the battle between Microsoft and Sony, Nintendo continues to trickle on by on a much more tranquil path. With the Switch version accounting for 55%, Wii 21%, PlayStation 4 14%, and Xbox One 10%; the party-starter hit has brought Nintendo out of the shadows and slapped the two warring factions straight in the face. That bundle that comes with Mario Kart eight Deluxe is definitely the identical one which we've seen a number of occasions, so the deal right here is that you just get the sport without cost on the full worth of a Switch.

It should come as no surprise then that when asked about Nintendo's plans for the Switch's price in the future, Furukawa responded with "We want to maintain the value of our products and sell them at their current price points for as long as possible, so we have no plans to reduce prices at this time". "As a result of profitability can fluctuate relying on portions produced sooner or later, we're not estimating any particular lower in price". Furukawa used the opportunity to explain that Nintendo hopes to keep selling the Switch "for as long as possible".

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