Nintendo Switch Stock Update: Nintendo Ordering Three Million Stock From Japan Display To Create More Stocks

Jan 18, 2017 11:53 AM EST | Jayde Marvynne Zamora

From the past few weeks, Nintendo Switch stock issues is a huge headline on the internet. After creating a huge buzz from its recent official release, Nintendo received serious low blows from the gaming community. One of the main concern was the pre-ordering system coming to a point that there is nothing left for everybody.

Today, Nintendo is reported ordering three million screens from its major supplier, the Japan Display. This report came from The Wall Street Journal who praised Nintendo for brightening up the future of the gaming console industry. The contract between Japan Display and Nintendo will sum up to 10 million screen units until the end of the year. Theory suggests that this number could change depending on the number of sales Nintendo received.

According to the same source, Nintendo will release two million units in the first month of Switch and will increase more as sales increases. This report gives a lot of hope for Nintendo Switch faithful. It denotes that Nintendo is now learning from previous mistakes like the Nintendo Mini NES Classic and Wii U.

In other news, an untouched mineral bottle from the NYC event is being auctioned on the internet for $100. This is a bit weird, but a lot of Nintendo fans seem interested in purchasing the item. This proves how outrageous and amazing Nintendo fans are.

Also, another Nintendo headline surfaced the internet. Sony's executive, Shuhei Yoshida, was spotted in the Nintendo Switch event. There are gossips saying that Yoshida is acting either a spy or a supporter. Clearly, Yoshida love games.

There are a lot of news regarding Nintendo Switch on the internet today. Good or bad, Nintendo fans are anticipating the arrival of the hybrid console on March 3, 2017. What are your thoughts about the article? Share it in the comment section below.

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