Switch is now the bestselling console of this quarter and this year in the U.S.
Ahead of Resident Evil 2 and new Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe.
As you may have expected, the Nintendo Switch topped charts in January, per the NPD Group.
People are purchasing the Switch as an addition, not a replacement.
In terms of the big picture, this indicates a great long term performance for the Switch.
Now you are playing with power- retro power.
Switch leads the charts in terms of both, units and dollar sales.
Switch dominates the competition in the final month of the year.
Marking the first time since 2013 that a Call of Duty game wasn’t the bestselling one for the year.
Coming in ahead of Red Dead Redemption 2 and Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
Switch is the highest selling system in terms of revenue, PS4 in terms of unit sales.
It has apparently led to an unprecedented turnaround for the Xbox One at this point in its life cycle.
The PS4 ended up having its best October ever, as well as the best October for any PlayStation platform in sixteen years.
Call of Duty wins the first battle between it and Red Dead Redemption 2.
The entire top 10 is Nintendo games, and in fact mostly Wii and DS games.
There’s a whole lot of Call of Duty on here, to be perfectly honest...
Did anyone not see this coming?
To quote Breaking Bad: everybody wins.
Meanwhile, Monster Hunter World, God of War, Modern Warfare 2, and Nintendo evergreens see significant legs.
Switch seems to be expanding the market.