In these six months, Nintendo sold 5.07 million Switch consoles, which is up 3.7% compared to the same period past year. The company also revealed in July that the console now has 10 games that have sold more than 1 million units worldwide as of June 30.
The Nintendo Switch has surpassed 22 million units in lifetime sales, with Nintendo breaking the news in its latest financial report. First up, we have Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee and Let's Go, Pikachu! on November 16, which is followed on December 7 by the system seller that is Super Smash Bros.
The Kyoto-based game giant reported net profit for the 6 months to September of 64.6 billion yen ($574 million) on sales of 388.9 billion yen, which were up 4.0%.
"Certainly without our experiences on the Wii U we would not have the Nintendo Switch in terms of what we learned, and importantly what we heard from our consumers", he said. Total software sales for Nintendo Switch reached 42.13 million units, the company said. Quarterly revenue was 221 billion yen during the period, lower than market projections for 232 billion yen.
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The Switch Online launch has met expectations internally at Nintendo, though the takeup of the US$20 or equivalent annual subscription was higher than the company anticipated. "The holiday season battle begins now".
While both the Pokemon and Smash franchises have historically sold well on previous generation systems, they're both significantly outsold by Nintendo's Mario Kart franchise. The Switch has become a haven for re-releases of older third-party games like Dark Souls and indie hits including Overcooked! 2.
Traditionally, the final quarter of the calendar year accounts for a large portion of video game and video game hardware sales.
In its eighth year, the 3DS continues to make a lot of money, despite the overall decline.