Nintendo has provided for the ten best-selling first party titles on the Nintendo Switch, including Smash Bros., Zelda, Pokemon, and more.
Other noteworthy figures include Super Smash Bros. Ultimate with 28.82 million sold and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild at 27.14 million sales.
Nintendo has provided updated sales figures for the top 10 best-selling first party-published Nintendo Switch titles to date.
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.
Updated sales figures for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and various other first party Switch titles have also been revealed.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons sales are also up with 33.89 million sold, followed by Super Smash Bros. Ultimate at 24.77 million sold.
Nintendo also dominated the overall charts for the region.
Not a very eventful week for the UK retail charts.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars sells 8.32 million while Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit hit 1.08 million sold.
But Nintendo dominates the Top 20 overall.
Ring Fit Adventure sells 5.84 million while Luigi's Mansion 3 sales are at 7.83 million.
But various older releases see significant sales boosts.
I said, never skip leg day.
Ring Fit Adventure was the highest selling game in Japan last week.
Never skip leg day.
Meanwhile, Paper Mario: The Origami King continues to see strong sales.
The two new releases have topped the Japanese sales charts.
The superhero seems to do okay from himself out of the gate.
Selling more copies than the rest of the top 10 put together.
SpongeBob SquarePants and a much older release also enjoy impressive performances.