At almost seven years old, Nintendo Switch there’s still life – so much so that Nintendo has raised its projected sales figures for the current fiscal year. In it third quarter profit, the company announced that it has increased its projected sales of the Switch from 15 million to 15.5 million. The increase follows third-quarter total net sales of 29.9 billion Japanese yen ($201.1 million) and net profit of 6.4 billion Japanese yen ($43.1 million) above Nintendo’s forecasts. However, it’s worth noting that despite better-than-expected net sales in the third quarter, the number was still six percent lower than the same period in 2022.
A few longtime favorites and new games are likely to drive additional Switch sales. Nintendo’s Super Mario Bros. Miracle The game was released in October and sold 11.96 million units. Then there was The Super Mario Bros movieIt aroused interest in old movies like April release in theaters Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and starts as 2023 The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the KingdomThe company released information about this.
The Switch’s improved sales forecast comes at a time when gamers have been eagerly awaiting The successor to the Switch. While Nintendo hasn’t released any significant information yet, the gaming system will reportedly launch sometime this year (and face a more crowded market than its predecessor at that time). The developers are said to be previewing the Switch 2 (for lack of a specific name) behind closed doors at Gamescom in August 2023. They were said to be looking at their version. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild with a higher frame rate and resolution than the original Switch offered. The demo also reportedly showcases the upcoming Switch, ray tracing, NVIDIA’s DLSS upscaling technology, and Unreal Engine 5 for similar visual quality to the PS5 and Series X.