According to a report by The Wall Street Journal, Nintendo has told developers that the delivery of 64 GB cartridges for the Nintendo Switch has been delayed to 2019. The report stated that the gaming company faced technical issues with its 64 GB cards. These larger game cards would enable more data-rich games to release on the Nintendo Switch console, which features 32GB cartridges now. Nintendo launched the console in March 2017 with a price tag of $300 and aims to sell 14 million units by March 2018.
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Nintendo is not expanding the size of the Switch's game cartridges as soon as expected. With the 64GB cards pushed back, some developers will likely wait to release their games on the Switch until the cartridges are available to them.
Though downloading games have become so popular day by day, some people still give preference to physical media while buying games. Even more expansive first-party games, such as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey, weigh in under 16GB, but some third-party titles are much larger.
Developers are used to working with 50 GB of space, as that is the capacity of the Blu-ray discs that are used by the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. Switch can be played both as a household console as well as a hand-held device.