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Nintendo Is Making Fewer Switches Due To The Chip Storage Dilemma

Reports from Nikkei Asia shows that Nintendo will be making fewer switches due to the current chip storage dilemma. The reports say that the company will be cutting down production by 20% of its initial target.

Nintendo Is Making Fewer Switches Due To The Chip Storage Dilemma
Nintendo Switch

Just like Sony, Nintendo is facing a race against time to produce enough Switch consoles for its customers. The company will produce only 24 million of its 30 million planned targets according to Nikkei Asia.

Nintendo recently launched its Switch Online N64 and Sega Genesis expansion pack for $50 and $80 yearly for individuals and families. This has been available since October 25 2021, and the subscription service has a host of retro games.

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Nintendo Is Making Fewer Switches Due To The Chip Storage Dilemma
Nintendo Switch Pack

These games include Animal Crossing: New Horizons — Happy Home Paradise DLC and other classic NES and SNES games. So what are the differences between its standard Switch online service which costs $20 and $40 for a yearly individual and family plan.

This new plan has cloud saves, online multiplayer and the host of classic NES and SNES games. The expansion pack also includes games from its old Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis.

Switch Online costs $4 a month, $20 and a value of $35 a year for a family membership. Bringing back retro games/phones is now the new norm, as companies bring smash hit titles and smartphones into the future.

Nintendo now has its Sega Genesis and Nintendo 64 controllers for pre-order, each costing $50 with USB charging included. The holidays are here, and a trick Nintendo might have to pull will be to create a waiting list for its customers.

 

 

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