Nintendo Switch Has Officially Passed N64 in Lifetime Sales

Nintendo Switch Has Officially Passed N64 in Lifetime Sales

Nintendo Switch Has Officially Passed N64 in Lifetime Sales

We may have to make do with regular Nintendo Switch for a bit longer. "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" recorded sales of 13.81 million units, "Pokémon Let's Go, Pikachu!" and "Pokémon Let's Go, Eevee!" sold 10.63 million units, and "Super Mario Party" sold 6.4 million units. While Nintendo generally isn't part of that group, last November they didn't provide Switch Online numbers and continued to avoid the question: until today.

Nintendo sold about 2.5 million Switch systems in the fourth quarter ending in March, bringing the total of the systems sold for the fiscal year to just under 17 million units, the company reported Thursday.

Software titles have also underperformed, with 119 million software units sold in Nintendo's last fiscal year, less than the expected 121 million units. Analysts predicted 18.5 million, but Nintendo expects to achieve 18 million sales this year.

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Since its founding 25 years ago, Amazon has grown rapidly into one of the country's largest and most influential companies. Some analysts noted that these growth figures, while impressive, were lower than what Amazon had posted in prior quarters.

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Media reports that Nintendo is preparing a low-priced version of the Switch have helped push its shares higher in recent weeks. Netflix is infamous for only telling us when something is a rip-roaring success, and Microsoft eventually started withholding (Lucille Bluth would be proud) Xbox One hardware sales.

Nintendo CEO Shuntaro Furukawa shot down rumors that Nintendo would demo a new Switch model at E3 this year. Following this report, Nintendo CEO Shuntaro Furukawa has chose to clear the air on the matter and declare that the video game company has no intentions of revealing new hardware for the Switch during E3 2019.

Nintendo might release a cheaper Switch model in June 2019, according to a report from Bloomberg. It will be arriving on 28th June which is a few weeks after E3. The significant improvement in mobile power consumption and performance has fueled speculation - including our own - that the company might break from its previous approach this time around. This might be seen as a better strategy for keeping consumer interest high during its rivals' launch season.

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