Nintendo says it will not release subscriber data for Switch Online as it looks to expand the service

Nintendo says it will not release subscriber data for Switch Online as it looks to expand the service screenshot

We know that Nintendo is proud of the Switch Online service at the second, however simply how satisfied? Well, identical to how Microsoft does not reveal Xbox One hardware gross sales, we most likely are not going to in finding out anytime quickly.

Speaking in a monetary Q&A consultation after being requested about Switch Online specifics, present Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa outright said that they’ve “no plans to reveal any present subscriber ratios or collection of subscribers at the moment.” Instead, Furukawa says that the corporate goes to additional the service with “extra video games, options and amusing.”

A imprecise commentary certain, however they are already following up on the former bit with an increasing NES suite catalog as time is going on. Again, they waited months after the announcement to inform those who they might offer respectable ROM hacks on the service, which used to be a large mistake. Furukawa notes that they are not at top numbers as there’s room to develop and that the time it’ll take to get there’s “measured in years.” He additionally muses that they will prolong additional bodily acquire choices for subscribers not in contrast to the unique remotes they already printed.

As a reminder, Nintendo mentioned remaining week that “50%” of Switch Online customers ordered the 12-month plan or extra.

Q & A Summary [Nintendo]

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