"We are aiming to continue this momentum".

Saying Nintendo did well last year would be putting things mildly. Having reached just under 80 million Switch sales, the Japanese company revised its expected profits to $5.34 billion and there's been talk about "rigorously" meeting demand for additional Switch consoles per household as Nintendo pushes further sales. However, selling multiple consoles to the same family isn't the only way the company plans to maintain momentum.

Following Nintendo's recent financial results, an investor Q&A conference call was published this week, helmed by Nintendo President Shuntaro Furakawa. Advised that "Nintendo Switch has entered the middle of its life cycle", he attributed console sales to newer games like Animal Crossing: New Horizons, also pointing out that 60% of software sales were thanks to Nintendo's back catalogue.

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February 10, 2021 at 06:30AM
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