Nintendo Switch hits 107.65 million models bought, forecast to hit 128 million by April 2023

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If you need to discover out extra about how an organization is faring, the easiest way is to dive into its quarterly experiences. Of course, these are typically lengthy, boring paperwork, however there are all the time some helpful nuggets when you’ve sifted by way of all the info. Now that Nintendo has launched its most up-to-date quarterly report, we’ve got a bit extra perception into precisely how the Switch is promoting and what difficulties the corporate is about to face.

Like everybody else, Nintendo has needed to take care of mounting lockdowns in China and an ongoing chip scarcity that threatens to decelerate gross sales of consoles. However, how did the Switch carry out over the previous 12 months?

Nintendo Switch sells 107.65 million models

We already knew that the Switch had damaged the 100 million unit gross sales barrier earlier this 12 months, however now we all know by simply how a lot. With this latest determine of 107.65 million models, the Switch has surpassed the Wii in lifetimes gross sales. However, it’s nonetheless round 10 million behind the unique Game Boy console’s gross sales ( 118 million) and a whopping 47 million behind the corporate’s best-selling console, the DS (154 million).

The Switch continues to carry out effectively over 5 years into its lifecycle. So effectively that, in the identical quarterly report, Nintendo has forecast that it’ll promote an extra 21 million models over the following monetary 12 months. This is per experiences that they’d be decreasing their gross sales figures over the following 12 months to deal with rising difficulties of their provide chain.

As for his or her top-selling titles, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe stays the highest game within the Switch library at 45.33 million models bought worldwide. Animal Crossing: New Horizons is in second place with 38.64 million models bought whereas Super Smash Bros. Ultimate rounds out the highest three with 28.17 million models bought.