Nintendo Switch

Take-Two’s “Initial Belief” For The Switch Has Been Reinforced Due To Strong Sales

During a recent conference call with publisher Take-Two‘s investors, CEO Strauss Zelnick reiterated that their initial excitement for the Nintendo Switch has been reinforced due to the strong sales performance of the console.

“We were excited six months ago and supportive”, he said. “We’re excited now. We have NBA 2K and WWE 2K coming for Switch. The sales have been great. We expect sales to continue to be great. We’re very optimistic around the platform. We’re very supportive of Nintendo. So, the only thing that’s changed in the last six months is our initial belief, has been reinforced by the early very strong results.”

Zelnick has said in the past that although they’re optimistic about the Nintendo Switch, they’re being selective with what games they’re bringing to the platform.

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15 comments

    1. They are trying, but there is some potential news about shortages in flash memory causing some issue with supply of the game cards for Switch. It may be out of their hands. If they could stock the shelves with physical versions as well, I’m certain they would. Why else would they release digital versions on a different day?

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  1. Its the systems first year. We are getting the games. I don’t see why we have to complain about the release date. As long as it isn’t next year it shouldn’t be a problem. Id rather they do what they can instead of rushing out a half done port.

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  2. Then give us a GTA HD Collection along with a Red Dead Redemption 1 remaster……those games will certainly sell on the Switch since the system is obviously printing money

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  3. T2 isn’t an enemy like EA has always been, their support can be precious. Also they should focus on the platform since it’s gonna take the market by storm. 2018 will see third parties all over the place. Nintendo already fired their best weapons in 2017 so they should take their place in the following year. Who is in is in, who is out is out.

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