Nintendo Switch sales figures announced


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Nintendo Switch sales figures announced
Nintendo Switch sales figures announced

Nintendo also broke its silence on the eve of the release of the new generation consoles. Here are the Nintendo Switch sales figures.

Nintendo, one of the most established names in the console industry, will continue to rely on the Switch against the new generation consoles. As you will remember, Nintendo launched its last console in 2017.

This console, which was offered for sale under the name of Switch, had a much weaker structure, although it came out 4 years after PS4 and Xbox One. Nintendo’s hybrid console has generally come to the fore with its portable structure.

The console, which could not buy many 3rd parties due to its weakness, achieved a significant sales success despite this. So how much did Nintendo Switch sell?

What are the Nintendo Switch sales figures? Here’s the answer

Nintendo announced the sales figures of the Switch along with the financial quarter results last day. According to the statement made, Nintendo Switch has managed to sell 68.3 million units so far. We can say that this is a really important success.

It is indeed a great success that a console not supported by 3rd party games has reached such high sales figures. Of course, we should not ignore the games Nintendo developed for the Switch.

As it is known, Nintendo has many brands such as Mario, Pokemon and Zelda. Therefore, it cannot be denied that the games developed through these brands have a positive effect on console sales.

Of course, after the release of the new generation consoles, it is a different matter how Nintendo will follow. We’ll wait and see.

See also  The new Nintendo Switch will also offer 4K support

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