Nintendo Switch Topselling Game Is Still Zelda BOTW

Posted: Oct 30 2017, 3:29am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 
Nintendo Switch Topselling Game is still Zelda BOTW

The new Nintendo Switch sales numbers are in.

Nintendo updated the video game sales numbers as part of the earnings release of the past six months. Zelda Breath of the Wild continues to be the most popular Switch game with 4.70 million units sold.

Close on Zelda's heels is Mario Kart 8 Deluxe with 4.42m in unit sales. Splatoon 2 is on the 3rd rank with 3.61 million sales. 1-2-Switch has sold 1.37 million units and ARMS is disappointing with 1.35 million units. Next time Nintendo will update the Nintendo Switch sales numbers we will see Super Mario Odyssey possibly topping the list.

The Nintendo Switch is unstoppable that this point and will have a huge sales surge during the Holiday shopping season. Nintendo has raised the sales forecast for the Nintendo Switch from 10 million units to 14 million units for the period ending in March of 2018.

Looking at the sales numbers of 3DS games demonstrates the scale potential that is still ahead of the Nintendo Switch. The top-selling 3DS game Pokémon X / Pokémon Y sold 16.20 million units, followed by Mario Kart 7 with 15.95 million and Pokémon Sun / Pokémon Moon sold 15.91 million copies.

The Nintendo Switch console is in ample supply right now ahead of the crazy Holiday shopping season.

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