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.
A number of Super Mario Party-themed promotions are currently running in mainland China, following the incredibly successful launch of the Switch.
Players can also invite friends or set up private lobbies for online play.
Try to act surprised.
But Nintendo dominates the Top 20 overall.
The Nintendo Switch has tons of awesome games - take a look at many of them here.
The likes of Resident Evil 2, Super Smash Bros Ultimate, and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice also figure in the top 10.
Nintendo's hybrid console is almost two years old and already boasts an awesome line-up.
It has become the fastest selling game in the series.
Call of Duty wins the first battle between it and Red Dead Redemption 2.
Opening week physical sales were over 60 percent lower than Pokemon Sun and Moon.
Nintendo has set an ambitious target for itself, one that I am not sure they can actually meet.
Don’t be surprised to see it higher up the Switch software charts as the months go by.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 still debuted in first place despite low physical sales.
Mario Party’s debut on Switch is a conservative game.