A few days ago, on the occasion of the publication of the financial results of Nintendo, the announcements were announced resignation of Kimishima as president of the company, to which the young man has succeeded Furukawa.
Among the revealed information, Nintendo's intentions in the want to sell, in this financial year that will end in March 2019, other 20 millions of consoles, reaching therefore well 38 million units sold in two years. A goal not impossible, but certainly difficult, especially if not supported by a sufficient number of software that, in fact, there seems to have been in these early months of 2018.
Yet the outgoing president said he was very confident, with a Nintendo that has already programmed several important titles that will allow Switch to reach that preset number: some of these games have already been announced, like Fire Emblem, Bayonetta 3, Metroid Prime 4, Super Smash Bros. and Pokémon (although we are not sure that everyone will be released by March 2019), but many others are still completely unknown.
We'll probably see something at the E3 2018 and, to put the load on it, is the new president, Furukawa, who declared Nintendo is working on projects that will bring back to play even users who have not used video games in recent years; the "ingredients", as they themselves have defined them, to reach the 38 millions of Switches by March 2019 seem to be there, we'll see if these will really be published and enthralling.