Nikkei: Nintendo will reduce global Switch production by 20% due to chip shortage

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Japanese news publication The Nikkei says that Nintendo has had to revise its production of the Nintendo Switch family of systems and will produce 20% less units than it originally intended due to the on-going global chip shortage caused by the pandemic. The Kyoto-based company had planned to produce and shift 30 million Switch units for the fiscal year through March, 2022, but instead it will now only produce around 24 million units. The global chip shortage has affected a large number of electronic manufacturers such Apple, Samsung as well as Sony’s highly-sought-after PlayStation 5 console and Microsoft’s Xbox Series X|S consoles.

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