Nintendo Switch 2 In 2024, But No Switch Pro: The Future For Ampere Analysis

With many exclusive Nintendo Switch coming in 2022, including the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the new year of the hybrid console looks exciting.

A review of publications that will kick off with the debut of Legends Pokémon: Archeus in a few weeks and that could mark another twelve months of great growth for the hardware of Kyoto. But what are the bets of industry analysts on the future in Nintendo’s house?

Recently, Piers Harding-Rolls, from the Ampere Analysis group, has had the opportunity to talk with the international editorial staff of Games Industry. After taking stock of the shared forecasts for 2021 (many of which proved correct), the analyst has forecast a year of success for the Nintendo Switch family as a whole. Also driven by the success of Nintendo Switch OLED in Japan and beyond, the latter should once again exceed the competing hardware, with about 21 million units sold. At the same time, however, a first, physiological, slowdown in Nintendo Switch sales should be seen, after two years of strong boom.

According to the expert at Ampere Analysis, there would be no Nintendo Switch Pro model scheduled. On the front of the renewal of the hybrid console, Piers Harding-Rolls instead emphasizes that, in the vision of the group, the launch of the heir of Nintendo Switch in late 2024 is likely.

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