That's a terrible, terrible idea, replacing one of the fastest selling systems in history after just 4 years. That'd be like replacing PS4 in 2017.
Completely different systems, completely different life cycles. There is very little comparison here. By 2017 the PS4 (And PS4 Pro) had literally just received major 1st party support like Uncharted, Horizons and the majority of third parties were still releasing games that began developement when the systems were announced.
By now the Switch has had a major release of every single system seller and 1st party IP.
You also ignore the part where I say Switch 2 lives alongside the orginal. Anytime between 2021-2022 would work, 2022 would be ideal in terms of hardware spacing, 2021 would be ideal in terms of software support.
What exactly do you think would happen if Nintendo would release a Switch 2 in 2021, please elaborate? For me their core audience will rush to buy it (their already own a Switch) and use it as as their primry system, meanwhile the more casual audience or late adopters will buy a $199 Switch for Mario Kart 8, Animal crossing,Smash Bros, 2D mario etc.Last edited by Otter - on 05 May 2020