Looks like Nintendo has more tricks up its sleeve for 2018.

At its most recent general meeting of shareholders former President Tatsumi Kimishima revealed that Nintendo had unannounced “products” in the pipeline that the company plans to release before the end of this year’s holiday season. As translated by DualShockers, Kimishima said that it’s not yet time to announce the full lineup.

Kimishima offered reassurances to shareholders, who had grown wary after Nintendo’s somewhat lackluster E3 announcements caused the company’s stock to sink.

The former president Kimishima, who retired last month and has been replaced by Shuntaro Furukawa, also said that Nintendo would have no trouble meeting its goal of shipping 20 million units of the Switch.

Although he said acquiring microprocessors and memory did pose some challenge, he was confident that the momentum and popularity of the Switch would propel the hybrid console through the year.

Peter Allen Clark is a freelance writer who hopes Nintendo meet its shipping goals for the simple fact that more Switches mean more people to play Smash with him. Follow him on Twitter to make sure he has plenty of friends with Switches.



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