With just a few months until the release of one of the biggest games of 2023, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Nintendo has started ramping up Switch production. Sales of switches have been tough over the past few years due to high demand and semiconductor shortages in the global market, and according to a Bloomberg Report (by IGN), Nintendo has told suppliers it plans to ramp up production for the fiscal year ending in 2024.
Nintendo has managed to weather the storm of supply shortages, though the company revised its sales forecast to November 2022. Tears of the Kingdom is expected to be not only a best-seller but also a shot in the arm for Nintendo when it releases in May. System sales affected by supply disruptions. These challenges didn’t stop the Switch from being made. Best-selling console in the US for overall unit salesAnd by 30 September 2022, Over 114 million Switch consoles have been sold worldwide..
Additionally, the next limited edition Nintendo Switch OLED console is rumored to be Tears of the Kingdom-based Switch, as recently her photos were leaked online. The return was first revealed at Nintendo’s E3 2019 Direct presentation, The Legend of Zelda: Terrace of the Kingdom will launch exclusively on Nintendo Switch on May 12.
Its predecessor, Breath of the Wild, has had a great run thanks to its position as a Switch launch game and has sold 27.79 million units since its release. The fourth best-selling game on the Switch.
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