Nintendo Bets On “Initiatives” To Keep The Fans Close

Nintendo is making changes to keep its fan base happy for as long as possible. As with any game companies, they want to attract consumers to play their games in the long run.

More expansion packs to come out from Nintendo

So far, they have launched expansion contents under the title of Splatoon 2 and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. On top of that, the Nintendo company also worked to make the DLC at the disposal for newer first-party releases.

Nintendo players will see more add-on packs for the games in the near future. During the latest financial results briefing, Shuntaro Furukawa, the company’s president, expressed that his main goal is to keep people playing Nintendo games, adding that this focus also paid to long-term software growth.

“We are also focused on initiatives that keep consumers playing after the software has been released. As announced recently, we plan to update the in-game content and distribute new add-on content for Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield. And as we’ve mentioned before, we’ve decided to create even more additional fighters for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate,” said Furukawa.

Nintendo works on many new titles, too

Exciting news for the Nintendo fan base! Moving forward, the company will launch new titles as per their wishes. The the current Switch install base made the focus on software development possible, which means more content additions to the game.

“We are developing many new titles for Nintendo Switch in addition to the ones that have been announced. New titles will be released continuously going forward, and not just Nintendo titles, but also titles in a variety of genres, including indie titles from other software publishers,” the company’s president added.

With this message, Shuntaro Furukawa has definitely caught our attention. What new titles will they bring to Nintendo games? We like the idea of a variety of genres and cannot wait to see the expected results.

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