In a recent interview, Nintendos Reginald Fils-Aime talked about the challenges that the company currently faces. Among other things, it is about the switch or the mobile market.
Speaking with Variety’s editors, Reginald Fils-Aime, the president of Nintendo of America, spoke about the future direction of the company and the challenges faced by those responsible.
A little surprising is the switch in the center in 2018 and beyond. Among other things, Nintendo wants to ensure that this will be supported in the future by even more well-known third parties. A first step in this direction was made according to Reggie with the official announcement of “Doom” and “Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus” for Switch.
Nintendo: Fils-Aime talks about the company’s challenges
In addition, Nintendo is faced with the task of producing or providing sufficient units of switch to meet the high demand. But the Nintendo 3DS continues to play a role in internal planning. This is how Nintendo wants to drive the handheld business next year and provide the 3DS family with high-quality games.
Without going into the details, Fils-Aime also pointed out that the mobile sector should be even more in the focus of Nintendo in the future. At the release rhythm, which provides two new mobile titles per year, Nintendo wants to hold on to it. Finally, Reggie started working with Universal. This is very instructive for Nintendo when it comes to designing new buildings and amusement parks.
Although the construction work on “Super Nintendo World” has already begun, before 2020 should not be expected with a start of the amusement park.