John Friscia

Last month, Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa expressed to Japanese business publication Nikkei that a Nintendo Switch hardware shortage was possible for later this year. Now, in new comments to Nikkei as translated by VGC, Furukawa has confirmed that a semiconductor shortage is preventing Nintendo from manufacturing all the hardware that it desires to produce. “Due to the global shortage of semiconductor materials, we are not able to produce all the products we want to,” he said. “We are doing everything we can, but there is an increasing sense of uncertainty about production plans. Our earnings forecast is based on the […]

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