Nintendo has announced in its latest quarterly fiscal report that the Nintendo Switch has sold 107.65 million units worldwide as of March 31, 2022, up from 103.54 million units sold as of the end of 2021. It sold 4.11 million units in Q4 (January-March) of FY 2021-22.
Throughout the entirety of FY 2021-22, the Switch sold 23.06 million units. That’s down 20% from what it managed in the preceding fiscal year (28.83 million units), though with the global semiconductor shortage and subsequent supply constraints, that’s hardly a surprise.
Of the 23.06 million units sold during the fiscal year, 13.56 million units were the base Switch model, 5.8 million units were the Nintendo Switch OLED, and the remaining 3.7 million units were the Switch Lite. Nintendo is expecting the Switch to sell 21 million units in the ongoing fiscal year (April 2022-March 2023).
Meanwhile, total software sales for the FY stand at 235.07 million units, which is up 1.8% from the previous year. Total lifetime software sales for the Switch stand at 822.18 million units as of March 31, 2022.
Nintendo has also announced updated sales figures for the new Pokemon games, recent releases like Kirby and the Forgotten Land and Metroid Dread, as well as the top 10 best-selling first party Switch games.
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