Nintendo Switch games list blow following massive restock notice

Nintendo Switch games list blow following massive restock notice

Nintendo Switch games list blow following massive restock notice

It's still pretty early to gauge demand for an entire year, obviously, and week two sales reportedly slowed dramatically in Japan after Nintendo shipped 329,152 Switches in the first seven days.

Stores have been sold out of the Switch since its release on March 3, with new shipments being devoured by customers as soon as they come in.

According to NintendoLife and one of its readers, JunkRabbit, switching off the Wi-Fi on the Nintendo Switch caused the frame rate problems to vanish immediately.

The flagship Switch game of the company, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild simply has inside the box an illustration of a protagonist link climbing a cliff.

Putting that into a little bit of context: the Wii U in its entire lifespan has sold around 13.56 million units.

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The Wall Street Journal cited sources "briefed on the plans", adding that the change suggests Nintendo is hopeful Switch will be able to sell "significantly more" than 10 million units during its first year on sale. This difference in plan is going to witness 16 million units of the console rather than 8 million units.

With the lack of concrete global sales figures, we turn to industry analyst firm Superdata which this week estimated Switch sales at 1.5 million units worldwide.

For many folks, the hunt for a Nintendo Switch is on, but the only problem is that they're next to impossible to find in the USA at the moment. The system/game bundles resell for a median price of $525 on eBay (46 percent above an MSRP of $360), even though the game itself isn't hard to find at all on retail shelves.

The official Nintendo store also received a restock of the Grey and Neon Switch consoles, and began selling them again at around 10am.

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