Nintendo Switch has been in the wild for over three years now, and you can expect it to stay active so far.
The console was launched on March 3, 2017, marking the previous and shocking end of its predecessor, the Wii U. With the exception of the Wii U, Nintendo's latest hearts tend to stick for six or seven years before being replaced with a new one – the Wii was launched in 2006 before the arrival of the Wii In 2012, when the Nintendo DS arrived in 2004, it lasted for seven years before the 3DS replaced it in 2011.
According to reports from newly appointed investor Q + Meeting, which was made shortly after Nintendo earnings release
For the current fiscal year from April 2020 to March 2021, Nintendo it expects to convert another 19 million switch units worldwide, despite coronavirus-related disorders.
It's not surprising to hear that Switch still has another three or four years left, but it's not helpful to get confirmation from Nintendo itself. Is it too early to start thinking about what comes after the switch? We will leave you meditating on that in words.