Nintendo expects to sell a lot fewer Switch consoles this year than last year. The Japanese game console company reported this when it presented its annual figures.
Nintendo made fewer game consoles last year due to the persistent chip shortage.
Turnover was slightly lower than a year earlier due to lower sales than during the global lockdowns. However, many people were at home more than, and gaming became a welcome form of entertainment for many in the gloomy corona.
In the current year, Nintendo expects to sell 21 million Switch consoles. Last year there were more than 23 million.
Nintendo posted a turnover of 1.7 trillion yen in the past broken financial year, which ran until the end of March. That is almost 4 percent less than a year earlier. As a result, net profit fell by almost 1 percent. Nintendo thinks sales and profits will decline further this year.