Nintendo has released its latest earnings report and one of the more interesting sales figures has to do with the Nintendo Switch. In total, the console has sold 89.04 million units, selling 4.45 of those during the April-June period.
DomsPlaying on Twitter pointed out that the Switch has now surmounted the PS3, which sold around 87.4 million units (reportedly). The Switch is growing closer to reaching sales that match Wii, which sold 101.63 million units throughout its lifetime. When it comes down the hardware sales, the Game Boy (118.69 million units) and the Nintendo DS (154.02 million units) are still bigger than the Nintendo Switch right now.
Games sales for Nintendo are still strong, with New Pokémon Snap reaching 2.07 million copies sold, while Miitopia passed 1.04 million units. Mario Golf: Super Rush managed to sell 1.34 million copies within the first week of sales. Nintendo’s reporting period ends on June 30th and Mario Gold: Super Rush launched on June 25th, so it racked up a decent amount in just five days.
Mario Kart 8 Deluze sold another 1.69 million units during the period, bringing its total to 37.08 million–making it the best-selling Nintendo Switch game ever. Animal Crosssing: New Horizons sold 1.26 million more copies during the April-June period, bringing the total to 33.89 million.
In total nine games during this financial period sold 1 million or more on the Switch. More than 632.4 million Switch game have been sold to date.