The Nintendo switch is still in good position, though. The console handheld hybrid has outsold its predecessor, the economically disastrous Wii U, and collected a decent catalog of exclusions, including Super Mario Odyssey The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Splatoon 2 and Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle . And even more importantly for Nintendo shareholders, the system still earns money. Today, the company reported revenue of $ 168 billion ($ 1.5 billion), up from $ 1
In April, Nintendo predicted selling 20 million switchboards between April 2018 and March 2019. In order to meet this goal, the company must do much, much better in the next few quarters. Some amazing exclusions are on its way, including Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and the New Beginning Pokemon: Let's Go (Pikachu and Eevee) . And of course, Switch sales will probably increase when Christmas closes close. In order to maintain the console's momentum, Nintendo needs an ever-increasing amount of first-party games. Indie titles are amazing, but it's the company's own software that will keep the system flying from the store shelves.
Metroid Prime 4 and Fire Emblem: Three Houses can not come soon enough.