Change supply problems to continue until 2022

Xbox Series is Microsoft’s Ninth Generation Consoles variety including the Xbox Series X and also Xbox Series, developed as well as produced by Microsoft, outcome November 10, 2020, Fourth generation of Xbox gaming consoles, they do well at Xbox One. The Xbox Series X is introduced at E3 2019, while the Xbox Series is introduced on September 9, 2020. The Xbox Series are based on a personalized AMD Zen 2 processor, with material assistance for Ray tracing. The Xbox Series X is one of the most powerful model, marketed at 499 EUR, integrating a hard disk and also a 1 TB SSD while the Xbox Series S is a design without drive, much less effective, having a 512 GB SSD recommended at 299 EUR at launch.

Will Supply Chain Issues Get Any Better In 2022?

Switch, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X have all been very requested in 2021. All this is due to the global shortage of fleas due to… Well, everyone unfortunately knows it. There was a production shortage in 2021 for Nintendo Switch, and it seems that this will continue well in 2022.

Although it is in no way a surprising news, there was an interview with Nintendo President this week, Shun taro Kurosawa. According to the translation of the interview, which was carried out by the Japanese Journal Kyoto Shim bun, these delays would be due to a shortage of semiconductors and logistics turbulence. Kurosawa admitted that they had to lower their expectations because of this for the next exercise of 1.5 million.

The supplies for the Nintendo Switch will become stagnant according to the president. And this will continue to be the case for some time in Japan, as well as for global distribution in 2022. And although there has been some relief at the Black Friday for North America, particularly the States -Unis, it will not last. The same goes for Europe, because they could not use rail transport for the first time to ship the switch only in the fall of 2021.

This depends on the demand, but as we had feared, we will not be able to produce as much as we wish, said Kurosawa.

It seems that the requirements are always very high for one of the most recent consoles. Enough for some opt for the SWITCH OLED model, instead of more recent models. It’s a compromise that some people had to do because the desire to play games is much stronger than the ability to wait.

But with the possibility of waiting one year or maybe more for a Nintendo Switch, and with the exit of very good games, which can wait?

This is a question we will have to ask us in the desire of the last console — if it is better to wait and see or make a compromise.

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