Nintendo Switch 2 to have more stock than PS5 at launch

The launch of the Nintendo Switch 2 in 2024 is shaping up to be one of the biggest events of the year in the world of video games. The Japanese company is planning the official presentation of its successor in March, and according to Takashi Mochizuki of Bloomberg, it is preparing to produce 10 million units in the next fiscal year.

This strategy aims to avoid the stock problems that affected the launch of the PS5, thus ensuring sufficient supply to meet demand. Nintendo Switch 2, with this alleged logistical advantage, aims to follow the success of its predecessor, which has stood out as one of the company&;s most successful generations.

Although there is speculation that the OLED model of the Nintendo Switch 2 will not be available from launch, but at a later date, this is still considered a rumor. The 8-inch LCD screen is another detail that has emerged in rumors about the console, suggesting an improvement over the current model.

The leak of these details fuels anticipation around Nintendo&;s next generation. However, it is cautioned that all such information should be taken with caution until the company makes an official announcement. It is eagerly awaited that Nintendo will reveal more details about its new console and officially unveil its features, marking the company&;s immediate future in the next generation of consoles.