Nintendo has already sold 10 million Switches, and should hit its target of 14 million units sold within the console's first year on the market - but it expects to sell far more in the next Japanese fiscal year, aiming for 20 million more.
In an interview with Kyoto Shimbun (spotted by WCCF Tech), Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima explained that sales continue to exceed expectations, leading to this larger forecast.
The Japanese fiscal year runs from April 1, while Switch launched on March 3 last year, meaning this is close to an estimate for the console's second-year sales.
Kimishima also asked for patience as Nintendo increases production, hopefully easing the issues of retailer sell-outs that continued throughout 2017.
Reportedly, as many as 25-30 million Switches will be manufactured during FY 2018 (although this number could have changed depending on holiday sales).
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