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Nintendo Discusses How It Will Support Switch Online And Its Outlook For The Console In 2022

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Nintendo comments on how it will support Switch Online and its outlook for the console in 2022

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We continue to receive interesting statements by Doug Bowser , President of Nintendo of America, from an interview with The Washington Post . After learning information about Nintendo Switch Online and the Joy-Con Drift yesterday and today about the release of the OLED Switch, now we have more news.

President has shared in this case comments on how they plan to continue supporting the service of Nintendo Switch Online in the future. We leave you with his words:

As we studied the Switch platform and looked at how people are engaging in video games today, we thought that Nintendo’s online service and its original offering of NES and SNES games was a great place to bring those games to the world. market and offer value to that service in general. We are now at a point where we have over 130 games available on the four different platforms , and the plan is to continue to focus on the quality of that content and add to the value as we move forward.

Regarding the presence of different franchises on the console and the outlook for 2022 , has also added the following:

This is really part of an arc that allows us to really start bringing in some of the biggest franchises to the platform. While most video game consoles start to see some slowdown at that point, we don’t think that’s the case for the Switch. The games we offer have something for everyone.

What do you think about it? Do not hesitate to leave it in the comments.

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