As part of its recent quarterly earnings report, in addition to sales numbers for the Nintendo Switch and recent releases like Xenoblade Chronicles 3 and Splatoon 3, Nintendo has also provided updated figures for a number of other first party titles that have launched for the Switch over the last few months.
Chief among them is Kirby and the Forgotten Land, which has sold over 5.27 million units worldwide as of September 30, 2022, up from 4.53 million units reported at the end of June. That makes it the best-selling Kirby game to date, exceeding Kirby’s Dream Land lifetime sales of 5.13 million units.
Meanwhile, Nintendo Switch Sports stands at 6.15 million units sold, up from the previously reported 4.84 million units. Mario Strikers: Battle League has crossed 2.17 million units (up from 1.91 million), while Pokemon Legends: Arceus stands at 13.91 million units sold (up from the 12.64 million sales reported in May). Mario Party Superstars stands at 8.07 million units sold.