There will likely be several news in 2019.
The folded console was a huge success for Nintendo, and analysts believe it will win from the console war in 2019.
There were also rumors of price cuts, and several models could be on the way. But these rumors stop effectively from Nintendo's president, Shuntaro Furukawa.
In an interview with the Japanese publication The Sankei News, Furukawa suggests that in the near future there will be no plans to cut prices or open a new console.
It will sell 20 million euros
Nintendo set an ambitious sales target for 2019. The company hopes to sell 20 million switching consoles before the end of the year.
– It is extremely ambitious, but viable. That's why we stick to this goal. Nintendo Switch is our main selling item, and we are not currently thinking about successor or price cuts, Furukawa says.
In this way it may seem like Nintendo live with "If it's not broken, why fix it" principle. And tactics seem to work, so far.
Earlier this month, it was also known that a number of SNES games are on their way to switch. You may soon be able to reproduce the following retro games on the console:
- Super Mario Kart
- Super football
- Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
- Demon's ugly
- Super Mario World 2: The Island of Yoshi
- Stunt race FX
- Kirby Dream Course
- Pop & # 39; Twinbee
- Star Fox
- Contra III: Extraterrestrial Wars
- Kirby Superstar
- Super souls of spirits
- Earth of Dream Kirby 3
- Super Metro
- Super Mario World
- Star Fox 2
- Super shot!
- Legend of the Mystical Ninja
- Super Mario all stars
- Blows out of Fire II