Last speaking of the Nintendo Switch consolidated unit count predates back to November 2022. Upon reading the financial highlight spreadsheet issued by the Japanese firm, it reveals that the latest console machine sits comfortably over 68 million units sold. And to be looked at, that is just collecting the system's forecast performance for that year. It does not range from the then-approaching 2022 holidays ahead.
Now with another commercial season coming to a close as we are actually welcoming the 2nd month for 2022, Nintendo is prepared to issue its next financial report as the fiscal years is close to concluding. In the latest earning release on Monday, Nintendo shares that the Nintendo Switch now sits at 79.87 million units sold.
The firm also updated its top ten selling titles, and, obviously, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe continues to remain the main selling game around the platform. You can view the full list below:
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – 33.41 million
Animal Crossing: New Horizons – 31.18 million
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – 22.85 million
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – 21.45 million
Pokémon Sword/Pokémon Shield – 20.35 million
Mario Odyssey – 20.23 million
Mario Party – 13.82 million
Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu/ Pokémon Let's Go Eevee – 13.00 million
Splatoon 2 – 11.90 million
New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe – 9.82 million
Most interesting concerning the new sales metric for that Nintendo Switch is its performance in contrast to previous hardware. Upon reviewing the dedicated video game sales units with the firm's financial data, it shares that the Nintendo Switch now overtakes the Nintendo 3DS. That now marks another system outed by Nintendo Switch because the handheld hybrid most impressively exceeded sales from the Xbox One previously.
In another report that was issued by gamesindustry.biz lead Christopher Dring on Twitter, he disclosed that the Nintendo Switch still surpasses the sales from the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation 5 combined this past holidays. Read the entire report by heading here.
Are you surprised by the Nintendo Switch's continued performance lately?