Recently, Nintendo President Furukawa Taro has talked about some pricing issues concerning the Nintendo Switch at the earnings conference, which may disappoint many friends who are looking forward for price cut of Nintendo Switch.

In the Q&A section of the earnings report, some investors asked Furukawa Taro if Nintendo has plans to cut the pricing of the Nintendo Switch host in the next two years.

In response to this, Mr. Furukawa replied: The company has no plans to reduce the pricing of the switch, and Nintendo hopes to sell the Switch family's host products at the current price "as long as possible".

Furukawa said that this is because Nintendo estimates that there is no way to reduce the manufacturing cost of Switch hardware in the near future. In the future, Nintendo will continue to sell Switch hosts as much as possible.

At the end of October, Nintendo released its second quarter earnings report for the 2019 fiscal year ending September 30. According to the financial report, Nintendo's second-quarter net sales were 271.856 billion yen; the net profit attributable to Nintendo's parent company was 45.413 billion yen, of which 4.8 million Switch game consoles were sold , with a cumulative sales volume of 41.67 million units.

It seems that you have to wait for the Nintendo Switch to start with a price cut. You don't have to wait, just start with one.


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