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Last Year, Roughly 20% Of Switch Console Sales Went To Households That Already Owned One


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With the Switch doubling up as a home and handheld games console – and especially now that the portable-only Switch Lite is available – it’s easy to see why multiple people in the same household would want their own system. Having multiple Switches in the house provides better multiplayer experiences, and enables everyone to play games simultaneously rather than having to take turns.

Of course, affording more than one games console isn’t possible for everyone, but even with the Switch retailing at $299.99 (or $199.99 for the Lite), Nintendo has revealed that 20% of console sales last year were snapped up by those who already had a Switch in the house.

The news comes from a recent investor Q+A where company president Shuntaro Furukawa spoke about the various user groups that own Switch systems:

“In the previous fiscal year, household demand for multiple systems accounted for roughly 20% of unit sales of the Nintendo Switch family of systems. Going forward, we expect demand for multiple systems per household will increase even as hardware unit sales grow.”

In the same response, Furukawa explained that “significant sales growth is continuing in Asia,” and that Nintendo believes “there is still room for sufficient growth of new demand in Europe and the United States.” To do this, Nintendo must “thoroughly convey the appeal of existing titles and future titles.”

The Q+A session also touched upon Nintendo’s increased R&D expenditure and its struggles keeping up with hardware demands, as well as the fact that “many” new games are headed our way this year.

Have you got more than one Switch in your household? Would you consider buying multiple consoles either for yourself or your family? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.





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