Along with providing updated lifetime sales figures for the Nintendo Switch and the new Pokemon games, Nintendo has also done the same for a number of other Switch titles in its latest fiscal report, including several that have launched over the last year. Prime among them, of course, is Kirby and the Forgotten Land, which has sold 2.65 million units worldwide.
Another game that’s continuing to do well for itself is Mario Party Superstars, which stands at 6.88 million units sold worldwide. That’s up from 5.43 million units as of the end of the previous quarter, which ended December 31. Then there’s Metroid Dread, sales for which have certainly slowed down, currently standing at 2.9 million units, up from 2.74 million. Even so, that makes it the highest selling Metroid game to date, surpassing Metroid Prime.
Other notable sales number updates include The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD currently standing at 3.91 million units, Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury at 9.43 million units, Splatoon 2 at 13.3 million units, and Luigi’s Mansion 3 at 11.43 million units.
Nintendo has also revealed updated sales figures for the Switch’s top 10 best-selling first party-published titles. Read more on that through here.
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