Nintendo has sold 2.13 million Nintendo Switch consoles from April to June of this year, 13.2 percent more than in this same time slot in 2018, which means that in total, since its launch in 2017, they have distributed 36.87 million units worldwide.
Nintendo has published a financial document that highlights the most important sales and revenues it has had with respect to its products in the second quarter of 2019. In it, it has revealed that the sales of Nintendo Switch consoles have increased by 13.2 percent compared to 2018, having managed to sell 2.13 million units compared to 1.88 million consoles last year.
So far and since its initial launch in 2017, a total of 36.87 million Nintendo Switch consoles have been sold. The company includes among its forecasts that between April this year and March 2020 the sale of 18 million consoles in total.
As for the software for Nintendo Switch, 22.62 million units have been sold in the last quarter, 29.41 percent more than last year when the sales of software stood at 17.96 million. In total, 210.13 million units of Nintendo Switch software have been acquired since its launch. The company has set a sales objective of reaching approximately 125 million ‘software’ between April this year and March 2020.
For its part, the list of new titles launched during these last three months has also increased compared to last year, both in Japan, in America and in Europe. In the case of the latter market, the increase has been 27.78 percent, having included from April to June 2019, 69 new titles, being only 54 in 2018.
In this regard, Nintendo has highlighted two of its video games that have exceeded one million copies in this last quarter in a complementary document, which are Super Mario Marker 2, which was launched on June 28 and already brings together 2, 42 million copies sold; and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, of which 1.2 million copies have been sold, which since its launch in 2017 already brings together the 17.89 million copies sold.