Nin­ten­do’s last finan­cial report showed just how pop­u­lar the Nin­ten­do Switch sys­tem has become. The com­pa­ny’s lat­est investors rela­tions infor­ma­tion shared the large suc­cess the Switch has had, espe­cial­ly over the last three months.

All in all, the Switch has sold 68.30 mil­lion units, mak­ing it the sec­ond high­est-sell­ing Nin­ten­do home con­sole ever. The last quar­ter, which stretch­es from July 1st to Sep­tem­ber 30th, saw 6.86 mil­lion units sold around the world (accord­ing to Vooks, which they based on Nin­ten­do’s pre­vi­ous report). Out of the total sales, the Switch Lite has made up 10.36 mil­lion of those sales.

The Switch has now sur­passed the NES’ life­time sales of 61.91 mil­lion, which is rather impres­sive con­sid­er­ing how pop­u­lar the con­sole was back in its day. If sale momen­tum con­tin­ues, the Nin­ten­do Switch could eas­i­ly over­take the 3DS hand­held sys­tem (75.94 mil­lion units). The Wii may remain Nin­ten­do’s top-sell­ing con­sole of all time, with 101.63 mil­lion sys­tems sold. How­ev­er, with the expect­ed long life cycle of the Switch, it has an amaz­ing chance of blow­ing past that sale record. 

The Switch has also sold 456.49 mil­lion units of soft­ware. The biggest per­former this quar­ter bing Ani­mal Cross­ing: New Hori­zons, which sold 26.04 mil­lion copies. It con­tin­ues as the sys­tem’s sec­ond-high­est sell­ing title, after Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (28.99 million).

Nin­ten­do released two first-par­ty games this quar­ter, with both doing well. Paper Mario: The Origa­mi King sold 2.82 mil­lion units, while Super Mario 3D All-Stars sold 5.21 mil­lion copies — despite releas­ing two weeks before the end of the quar­ter. High sales of 3D All-Stars is like­ly due to the game only being avail­able for a lim­it­ed time.