Nintendo is going through a decidedly high time and, in addition to Switch, the sales of SNES Mini are also booming. The President of the Kyoto house, Tatsumi Kimishima, has indeed announced that Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo has reached over 4 million units sold globally.
An excellent result considering that the milestone was reached in just 4 months: the SNES Mini actually debuted on 29 September 2017. Kimishima also confirmed that during the year, and more precisely in the summer months, the unobtainable NES Classic Mini, the first miniature console made by the Kyoto house, will be available again in stores with its thirty pre-installed games.
The production of the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo will continue instead throughout 2018, as a result, the mini console can be purchased in all specialized stores including of course Amazon.com.[easyazon_infoblock align=”none” identifier=”B073BVHY3F” locale=”US” tag=”wwwtechtoyr06-20″]
Recall that, during the recent meeting with investors, Nintendo has unveiled that Switch has sold a total of 14.86 million units since its launch (data updated on December 31, 2017).
The Kyoto house has also announced that from September, the players will have to start paying a subscription, in the style of PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold, will allow access to the multiplayer gaming division and take advantage of some services.