Nintendo is planning to reduce the number of Switch boxes because to supply issues

Nintendo is planning to reduce the number of Switch boxes because to supply issues ...

Despite the fact that it has been more than five years since the Switch's introduction, it continues to sell like hot cakes, thanks to its slick converging of two different console designs, a stellar game library, and ongoing support throughout the years. Titles like Animal Crossing: New Horizons and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe regularly sell millions of copies, so it's no wonder it's still difficult to get a Switch in some areas.

Nintendo even unveiled the Nintendo Switch OLED Model last year, a newer console that offers enhanced touchscreen gaming, which is a result of a variety of factors, including the global epidemic. Perhaps a Nintendo Switch packaging reduction would help.

Nintendo has announced that it would reduce the size of Switch console packaging by 20%, in order to save on resources as well as be able to ship more units in shipping containers from August. We have yet to see exactly what these new Switch console boxes will look like in the regular Switch console box.

If you want more convincing, check out the most recent Nintendo Partner Direct Showcase below to see some of the top new titles to come to the Switch later this year. Games such as Harvestella, Nier Automata, Persona 5 Royal, and others are all coming to the Switch in the coming months.

With our guide to the best Nintendo Switch games, if you're looking to acquire a Nintendo Switch, you'll surely discover some great games to play.