We all know how hard it's been to get your hands on a Switch. Granted, it's not as hard as getting an NES Mini, but for a new console less than a month old, it's a bit of a problem. However, it sounds like Nintendo's on the case...maybe.
If you've been keeping an eye on the stock levels since launch, you'll know that it's pretty much been sold out since March 4th. Yes, there have been dribbles here and there, but I've never seen it last longer than an hour - maybe two at best - before the number settles at zero.
The Wall Street Journal stated, "Nintendo Co. has decided to at least double its planned production of the Switch console in the year ending March 2018 owing to strong demand, people briefed on the plans said."
Reports earlier this week said that Nintendo had aimed originally to produce 8-million consoles, but this latest article sees them doubling their goal to 16-million. It's a bit of a risky move as the Switch is still in its honeymoon period, but hopefully that'll mean that we can say goodbye to watching and waiting to get our hands on the thing.