Nintendo has provided several updates today on Nintendo Switch sales, currently at 111.08 million units sold, and the latest sales figures for its first-party titles. That’s not all, of course – in its Q1 fiscal year 2023 release, it also offered updated sales numbers on several recent titles.
For instance, Nintendo Switch Sports is at 4.84 million units sold as of June 30th, 2022. It was released on April 29th and has since received an update which added Leg Strap support, new Volleyball moves and much more. The company noted that its sell-through “remained stable without a significant decline in sales pace” which suggests “the potential for long-term growth in sales.”
Kirby and the Forgotten Land is at 4.53 million units sold, having launched on March 25th. “This marks the highest sell-through of any entry to date in the Kirby series.”
Finally, Mario Strikers: Battle League has sold 1.91 million units after releasing on June 10th.
Over 863.59 million Switch titles have been sold worldwide thus far. In terms of new releases, Xenoblade Chronicles 3 was released last week, topping UK retail charts and having the biggest launch for the series in the region. Splatoon 3 is out on September 9th while Bayonetta 3 releases on October 28th. Pokemon Scarlet and Violet follow on November 18th with a new Pokemon Presents coming today to offer 20 minutes of details.