Nintendo has reportedly moved some of its production for the Switch following tariffs the US has imposed on electronics made in China.
Sources who work on Nintendo's supply chain told The Wall Street Journal about the change, although there are no details on how much of the Switch's production has been affected or where exactly it has been moved to.
A Nintendo spokesperson told the WSJ that the console is now mostly made in China, and said the platform holder always explores new options for where it can manufactures its games and consoles.
Reports emerged earlier this year that Nintendo is planning to launch two new models of the Switch. The WSJ's sources say both these models and the current version are now in production in Southeast Asia. The Nintendo spokesperson declined to comment.
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