During its Corporate Management Briefing for September 2020, Nintendo exposed its online service for the Switch now has over 26
million paid users. Membership numbers have obviously grown along with hardware sales at a constant pace, and spikes in sign-ups have been promoted by games including online play. It was also noted how the consumer base had actually “quickly embraced” the service in the two years because it had released.
As highlighted in the graphic listed below, the 2020 release Animal Crossing: New Horizons has played a huge part – shifting more than 22 million systems worldwide (since August) and resulting in increased hardware sales and memberships.
Nintendo’s prepare for the Switch Online service hasn’t changed since the previous update. According to president Shuntaro Furukawa, the goal is to continue to enhance client fulfillment and the “long-term vitality” of the service by launching “appealing” titles on it.
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