Nintendo has provided for the ten best-selling first party titles on the Nintendo Switch, including Smash Bros., Zelda, Pokemon, and more.
It was previously reported that The Pokemon Company enjoyed a record year in the previous fiscal year with a net profit of $332 million.
According to Kantan Games CEO Dr. Serkan Toto, this was a "record financial year" for the company with net profit up by 123 percent year-on-year.
Nintendo has provided updated sales figures for the top 10 best-selling first party-published Nintendo Switch titles to date.
Both recently-released Pokemon games have enjoyed stellar sales, with Pokemon Legends: Arceus having crossed the 11.4 million mark in just 10 weeks.
Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl have added another fresh pair of Mythical Pokemon. Patch 1.3.0 of the game is now live as well.
From now until March 27, players can receive Professor Oak's letter to add the Mythical Pokemon Shaymin to their collections.
You can now play with up to eight players via the Union Room, while the Colosseum also allows for battles with custom rulesets.
Pokemon Sword/Shield sells 23.90 million; is now the series' 2nd best selling title. Pokemon Brilliant Diamond/Shining Pearl sales at 13.97 million.
However, Call of Duty: Vanguard finished the year on top with the franchise being the best-selling in dollar sales for the 13th consecutive year.
Meanwhile, the Nintendo Switch and the PS5 both also enjoyed solid sales in Japan over the course of the previous two weeks.
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Call of Duty: Vanguard, Battlefield 2042, Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, and Forza Horizon 5 topped proceedings on the software front.
The duo of remakes has topped the Japanese software charts for the third week running, with the Switch dominating the hardware side of things.
Currently available on Nintendo Switch, the remakes of the Nintendo DS classics have proven extremely popular among fans.
The duo of remakes sold over 355,000 units in Japan last week, which means they're continuing to outpace the sales of Pokemon Sword and Shield.
Meanwhile, Battlefield 2042 has sold more at launch than Call of Duty: Vanguard when it released earlier this month.
The remakes have collectively become the second-biggest launch for a Switch title to date, surpassing Pokemon Sword and Shield's launch sales.