Like 99% TV mode.
|Nearly 100% Portable Mode||10||12.99%|
|75% Portable Mode, 25% TV Mode||19||24.68%|
|50% Handheld & TV Mode||13||16.88%|
|75% TV Mode, 25% Portable Mode||11||14.29%|
|Nearly 100% TV Mode||24||31.17%|
Like 99% TV mode.
I only play in handheld mode when I play Animal Crossing.
Currently a 60:40 split in favor of TV mode. Definitely gets its fair share of both.
My use of the dock might be closer to 100% than 75%, but I voted for 75% docked. I've spent about 85%-90% in docked mode. I don't play the Switch much outside of the house or care to play it off the TV.
Lifetime Sales Predictions
PS4: 130 mil (was 100 million) Xbox One: 55 mil (was 50 mil) Switch: 110 million (was 73, then 96 million)
3DS: 75.5 mil (was 73, then 77 million)
"Let go your earthly tether, enter the void, empty and become wind." - Guru Laghima
90 tv and 10 portable
100% docked, Switch is essentially a home console to me.
For me, gaming is an experience best enjoyed on the big screen.
Bet with Liquidlaser: I say PS5 and Xbox Series will sell more than 56 million combined by the end of 2023.
I play almost always in portable mode, in fact I kinda regret not buying the Lite version to be honest. Visually most games are unimpressive so its more comfortable to play it in portable mode while in bed.
Probably 50/50 for me. I enjoy TV more, but when I'm wanting to game while watching something with my wife, or if our baby is winding down and we don't want a big screen on to mess up her blue light cycle, or if I'm on vacation like right now, or heck even if I just want a chiller game session on the couch without a big dramatic presentation on the TV, I go portable.
It's a stunningly useful feature of the system.
99% docked. I tried playing on the 6.2" screen with crappy sound, it doesn't compare. I played BotW on a projector, 92" screen, 5.1 surround. Mario Odyssey upscaled by my 4K tv in brilliant colors. Looks so much better than on the pad.
I'll snap a Switch home console version up in a second if it comes with a pro controller. No need for the screen.