Highly doubt this is the case. If it was undershipped significantly we would eventually see replenish and overtake the PS4 SKU. Instead its 30k behind and still getting beaten by PS4.
You can believe facts or believe what you want to be true, doesn't change a thing.
Why would a JRRG have a boost of 128% in its sales nearly one month after its launch?
It's pretty simple & pretty well known for any regular follower of Famitsu/M-C threads here and on resetera that Trials of Mana Switch SKU lacked stock at launch and hasn't had a substantial "replenishment" since than. This week marks the first time they've actually delivered additional stock and it's only around 5K for the week.
You can't magically replenish something you didn't plan on. Production takes time and when you miss the launch window on a JRPG, you are missing a good chunk of sales because of the second-hand market in Japan. But keep on believing, obviously you are living in some type of parallel universe and don't want to actually gain insight into reality :)
Nice try but nothing you said was factual.
You use numbers to lead you to incorrect conclusions.
Is there stock issues for SW ToM? Obviously, as seen by the WEEKLY 128%
Was there enough of a stock issue that the SW SKU would sell more than the PS4 SKU? Evidently not. The replenishment only led to approx 5K sales and is still below the PS4 SKU.
Its still 30k+ behind the PS4 SKU.
There are numerous cases of PS4 SKUs doing better than SW SKUs, don't sweat it.