Nintendo's president, Shuntaro Furukawa, recently spoke with the Japanese publication of Sankei on the success of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and the change.
He believes that strong release releases for Ultimate can be credited to returning fans, who may have played certain tickets throughout the series's history and also mentioned how he expected the game to keep a long-term sales boom Instead of a short-term success. Here's the courtesy of Nintendo Everything's translation:
"People who have played in Smash before return to this, because the accumulation of players contributed to the initial push [in sales]"
With respect to the Switch, Furukawa again said how Nintendo had the objective of changing 20 million change consoles at the end of the exercise in March 2019. He believes that the target is at # 39 ; reaches and noted as the success of the new Smash Bros. game. and the vacation period would help boost sales.
Do you think Switch can change enough units for Nintendo to reach its financial goal next year? Were you one of the people who might have skipped the Wii U and 3DS version of Smash Bros. and now it has returned for the Ultimate version? Explain the comments.