Nintendo Switch Vs. Wii U Sales: New Console Is Nintendo's Best-Selling Release

Nintendo Switch Vs. Wii U Sales: New Console Is Nintendo's Best-Selling Release

Knowing that value deals like bundled consoles often surfaces during the holiday season, it will be some time before we start seeing the bundled Switch appearing in the US. The report suggested that Nintendo shipped more than 906,000 Switch consoles last month in the US alone.

The Nintendo Switch has been immensely popular since its launch, but just how popular was not known, as the company gave no official global sales numbers.

It ought to be mentioned that the Switch has battled with supply issues since dispatch, recommending that if Nintendo had possessed the capacity to stay aware of the interest, figures could have been much higher.

The record-breaking Nintendo Switch is a hard find online and in stores.

It might take Nintendo until Fall to make enough Switch consoles to satisfy demand. In the entire history of the Japanese-based firm, this was the fastest-selling system. Will a Nintendo Switch Mini rake in even more sales for Nintendo?

Nintendo Switch Vs. Wii U Sales: New Console Is Nintendo's Best-Selling Release

Recently, Nintendo revealed that first-month USA sales for the console were 906,000 units.

For comparison to Breath of the Wild, Nintendo said back in 2006 that The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, which launched alongside the Wii, sold 454,000 copies in its first week.

The analysts believe that the size of the Nintendo Switch is still too big to combine home and handheld gaming for all customers. Going by standard naming conventions, it may not be a far stretch to suppose that the company will call it the Switch Mini. The mobile unit with display rest in a Nintendo Switch console connected to your TV. In fact, with "more than 925,000 units sold", it's outselling the Switch.

Interestingly, sales of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild have hit 1.3m units in the US. Last week, Nintendo announced that it had sold more that 900,000 units in the United States during the Switch's first month, and now analytics firm SuperData is giving us a better idea of its global performance.

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