PS5's demand now starting to get saturated after all those really high weeks? Wonder if it'll settle back to the 10k-20k range in a few weeks.
Switch looking quite weak but back on top. Nintendo definitely needs to do a price drop this year, and soon, if they want HW sales to continue well into next year. Switch should be dropped to $170/$250/$300 if they want it to keep selling well. Also time to introduce the Nintendo Selects $30 price tag for lots of first party games to further entice people who have held off to get a Switch. I think the market for Switch at $300/$350 is finally starting to get saturated. But with a price cut this year and next year they could keep selling well, as long as they've got a few more big games coming over the next 12-18 months.
At a certain point it is a question of "why". Is the goal for Nintendo to hit a certain amount of consoles sold? Kind of, but only if they can do it sustainably with good profit margins.
Also, Nintendo has been relying less on price drops than they have in the past. The 3DS and Wii U only received one price drop, and both were done within a year of launch due to struggling sales out the gate. Afterwards the 3DS merely received model revisions (e.g. 2DS and new 2DS XL).
Not saying it can't happen, but I feel like Nintendo might have something else planned outside of a simple price drop.