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January 22 2018, 02:16 | Guillermo Bowen
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The Nintendo Switch has been enjoying some good sales numbers, especially thanks to the holiday season, and their first-party titles have been topping many Game of the Year lists.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Nintendo is pushing back the introduction of larger 64GB game cards for the Switch. Currently, gamers are getting around this problem with a mix of microSD cards to dump game updates on and developers are using internet updates to get their full game on the console. At the very least, we might see Nintendo take advantage of the extra space afforded next year.
The Nintendo Switch is a bonafide success, but third-party developers have been feeling the sting when porting their games to the platform.
The delay comes after it was announced that 10 million units of Nintendo Switch have been moved.
The current maximum amount the Switch game cards can now hold is 32GB, less than the 50GB Blu-ray discs used in other consoles.