Nintendo’s Nintendo switch hardware ranks first in the latest retail sales data in Japan.
Famitsu said this week that the Nintendo switch sold 180,136 units between November 11 and November 17, making it the number one hardware sold this week.
The switch sold 88,727 units in the previous week.
“Pokemon Sword” and “Pokemon Shield” sold 1.36 million units this week, ranking first in sales this time.
In the second quarter, Nintendo achieved operating profit of $615 million and revenue of $5.22 billion.
From April to September, Nintendo switches sold 4.8 million units, a 50% increase from the previous year. Nintendo Switch Lite has unit sales of 1.95 million units.
In addition, the company sold 35.9 million software sets during this period, a 48% increase from a year ago.
Nintendo switches have sold 41.67 million units to date.
The company plans to sell 18 million Nintendo switches this fiscal year.
Nintendo has sold over 180,000 Units In Japan Last Week
This switch has achieved great success in Japan since its launch, but the release of the Pokemon Sword Shield has made things new. In Japan’s latest weekly video game hardware and software sales report, Famitsu reported that the console sold more than 180,000 units in Japan last week, apparently more than the sales of all other systems on the market. More, it is 20 times. This sales performance officially promoted the system’s lifetime sales in japan over 10 million units.
PS4 ranked second, with sales of 8,000 units. 3DS is currently in the final stage, with sales slightly higher than 1200 units. On the software side, the release of Pokemon has been documented. The death of the stranding event caused an extremely sharp decline in the second week, which is consistent with its performance in the UK. The “Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is clearly very modest in its debut in this country.
Best-selling game consoles in Japan