In Nintendo’s recent earnings report we learn that the company has managed to sell 19.67 million units to consumers worldwide as of June 30th, 2018. Additionally, the company’s top-selling first-party game happens to be Super Mario Odyssey with a unit count of 11.17 million.
It looks like the Nintendo Switch is doing Nintendo well according to the company’s latest earnings report. You can learn all about it by hitting up the following links nintendo.co.jp/ir, nintendo.co.jp/pdf.
The given portals (above) details a total of 1.88 million Switch hardware, and 17.96 million software were sold during Q1. Nintendo notes that this is a “120.8 percent increase” from the same period the previous fiscal year.
As per usual on the earning portal, a chart of sales numbers for its first-party Switch titles have been shared. You can look over the top 10 best-selling first-party Switch titles right here:
- Super Mario Odyssey – 11.17 million
- Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – 10.35 million
- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – 9.32 million
- Splatoon 2 – 6.76 million
- 1-2 Switch – 2.45 million
- ARMS – 2.01 million
- Kirby: Star Allies – 1.89 million
- Xenoblade Chronicles 2 – 1.42 million
- Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze – 1.40 million
- Mario Tennis Aces – 1.38 million
You can find the above numbers for these games and look them over yourself by heading on over to the finance section of nintendo.co.jp/ir.
If you happened to be intrigued by Switch numbers and its first-party games, do know that the company also released much more regarding its family of consoles/devices. This includes the Wii, Wii U, DS, 3DS, and so on.
Nintendo also posted up sales numbers of the Nintendo Labo. If you’re curious as to how much it moved, the company made mention that it reached 1.39 million units. Of course, the investor report dives into more numbers and dedicated sales by browsing the left-hand “Financial Data” section.
Lastly, the Big ‘N’ released the Switch for the world to consume on March 3rd, 2017.
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