Nintendo has announced updates sales figures for Kirby and the Forgotten Land, Mario Party Superstars, Metroid Dread, and The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD.
Sales for Luigi's Mansion 3 also hit 11.04 million as of December 31st 2021 while The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD is at 3.85 million.
Nintendo has also provided updated sales figures for Mario Golf: Super Rush and New Pokemon Snap.
Meanwhile, Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin debuts in third place, already having sold thrice as much as its predecessor did in its lifetime.
The patch notes are surprisingly brief, only mentioning that "several issues" have been addressed to "improve the gameplay experience."
Meanwhile, Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: The Official Video Game sees a 43 percent increase in sales, rising from eighth to third place.
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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD drops down to second place, while a PS5 restock results in sales boosts for several of its games.
Skyward Sword gets another lease of life on the Switch, with (marginally) better results.
It sold nearly as much as the original game's Wii launch back in 2011. Meanwhile, F1 2021 debuts in second place.
The Switch remaster's credits confirm that the Australian studio behind Twilight Princess HD returned for the Skyward Sword remaster as well.
The re-release of the 2011 Wii title is out on July 16th. It includes a higher resolution, quality of life features and other improvements.
Japanese magazine Famitsu awards the game a 34/40, but highlights inconsistencies with the game's focus on motion controls.
With yet another tweet, Nintendo confirms another significant new feature that's going to be included in the upcoming Skyward Sword HD.
Meanwhile, while saving manually at Bird Statues, players will now be able to choose from one of the three available slots to save to.