Nintendo: Switch Joy-Con Issues Are No Biggie
Things are looking pretty promising for Nintendo, as this number clearly indicates that Switch will definitely outsell the Wii U, which only sold 13.5 million over the course of four years. Considering how important and integral the Joy-Cons are to the future success of the Switch, Nintendo can not afford to have its new console exhibit any connection issues. One of the main issues at hand is the fact that the console only allows the user to save game data into itself, which means that there is no way for the progress to be uploaded on another Switch console, and no way to back-up the data in case something goes wrong.
The report suggests Nintendo is ramping up production for the year from an initial 8 million, all the way up to 16 million.
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With the next big South Park game, The Fractured But Whole, now delayed, most believed the tweet was rather subtly suggesting that the game would be making its way to everyone's favourite new Nintendo console. If you want to purchase a unit, you'll have to line up with everybody else on your nearest Gamestop store by March 22 to be able to get a chance to get one. "Our customers told us they wanted more systems, and by partnering with Nintendo, we delivered", said Bob Puzon, senior vice president of Merchandising for GameStop. So if you don't make it to Gamestop's cutoff, what's a few more days? However, it seems that there is a large metal piece next to the left Joy-Con antenna, which potentially could causes connection issues. According to the WSJ, the company could now sell as many as 2.5 million units through the end of March.