Once they start launching, I suspect, more consumers will get interested in the Nintendo Switch. No, that belongs to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which outsold the console most people are playing it on-without even counting its Wii U sales. Nintendo President Reggie Fils-Aime also called Breath of the Wildthe best standalone launch title in Nintendo history just after the system's United States launch. It's also "one of the fastest-selling video game systems of all time" for any company, Nintendo said. So basically, Switch version of Zelda has sold more copies than the console itself. Notably, this sales surge was accomplished in a nontraditional month for a console launch.
According to Joost van Dreunen, CEO of SuperData Research this performance shows many things about the future of Nintendo and the Switch Console.
As for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the game sold 1.3 million units in America during the same period, including 925,000 copies for the Switch, and 460,000 units for the Wii U.
Also, Nintendo has announced that Nintendo Switch users will be able to purchase the dock for the console separately starting next month.
The record-breaking Nintendo Switch is a hard find online and in stores. If you ask, why then it may probably because of early shortage of Nintendo Switch consoles, the possibility is that they bought the game while waiting for the restock of the console.
The Nintendo Switch is also doing well in other markets as well. GameStop said last month that the game had an "almost one-to-one attach result" with the Switch hardware, and the title sold to about 91 percent of initial Switch owners in France. For instance, the company expects to launch the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe game, which contains several new additions than any other Mario Kart game in the series history, on Switch by April 28.
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