Nintendo Co. is expected to extend its decade-high earnings streak when it reports fourth-quarter results next week, powered by the hit Switch console which is expanding its reach among locked-down consumers.

Nintendo is seen posting an 80 percent jump in operating profit on May 7 to ¥54 billion ($505 million) for the January-to-March quarter, according to an average of 10 analyst estimates in a Refinitiv poll — a fourth-quarter profit level last seen in the heyday of the Wii console.

The earnings will provide official figures for the first 12 days of sales of island life simulator Animal Crossing: New Horizons, which has proved a global hit as it draws in casual gamers stuck at home due to the coronavirus outbreak.