Even with the Nintendo Switch OLED coming up and rumors of the Switch Pro refusing to die, the base Switch model continues to sell well. In its latest earnings release, Nintendo confirmed that the console has sold 89.04 million units as of June 30th 2021. In the three month period ending June 30th, 4.45 million Switch units were sold.
Software sales were also strong in that period with 45.28 million sold. In terms of sales for new releases, Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury managed to sell 6.68 million. New Pokemon Snap, which recently received its first free content update, has sold 2.07 million units while Mario Golf: Super Rush sold 1.34 million units. Miitopia managed to sell 1.04 million since release.
The coming months are looking even better for the Switch, both in terms of hardware and software sales. The Nintendo Switch OLED releases October 8th alongside Metroid Dread while Mario Party Superstars is out on October 29th. November will have titles like Shin Megami Tensei 5 and Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl releasing as well.