This fiscal year, don't expect a new Nintendo Switch model, according to reports

This fiscal year, don't expect a new Nintendo Switch model, according to reports

The current fiscal year will not include a new Switch model, ending in March 2023.

According to a new Nikkei (paywall) study, the results of Nintendo''s recent financial results have been revealed earlier this week.

Nintendo said it was dealing with manufacturing issues due to component shortages. Speaking to Nikkei, Nintendo''s president said sorting these was now Nintendo''s immediate objective.

Console sales for Nintendo Switch have slowed in the last quarter, although the company hasn''t updated its forecast for the year, which was, as such, quite modest.

With a year-on-year increase in games sold to consumers, software sales remained stable.

The Nintendo Switch Lite was launched in September 2019, aimed at a more casual market. In October 2021, the Nintendo Switch OLED subsequently surpassed the previous two.

Could 2023 still be the year when we see a new revision? Nintendo''s comments today only cover the company until the spring next year, after all.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is expected to debut in the first half of 2023, although it is untitled.

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