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Nintendo Switch Sells Over 900000 Units in March

20 April 2017, 10:26 | Marlene Myers

Nintendo Switch Sells Over 900000 Units in March

Nintendo Switch Sales Surpass 906,000 Units in March

However, it's still a speculation but the latest developments suggest that the game is set to launch on Nintendo Switch after it's release on Nintendo Wii U.

At least according to Nintendo and NPD Group sales numbers, which show the hybrid handheld-home console sold over 906,000 units in its first month.

Either way, it's an impressive first month of sales for Nintendo's new console; whether the long-time Japanese game console maker can sustain that momentum is another question altogether.

It's interesting to note that more copies on Nintendo Switch were sold than actual consoles, with Nintendo reasoning that many will have chosen to buy a limited edition as a collector's item and a second copy to play.

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Like the aforementioned Payday 2, which will be getting a Nintendo Switch release this year.

The Nintendo Switch is selling fast and breaking records at Nintendo. GameStop said last month that the game had an "almost one-to-one attach result" with the Switch hardware, and the title sold to about 91 percent of initial Switch owners in France. For instance, the company expects to launch the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe game, which contains several new additions than any other Mario Kart game in the series history, on Switch by April 28. That is up from its original forecast of 5 million units- although it is still not particularly special, it does indicate that the Switch is performing better than anyone expected. THQ Nordic has also confirmed that they have two more Projects now in works for Nintendo Switch. The game company was proud of this achievement as these two items broke sales records in western shores. If it plays its cards right, the Switch could become the comeback Nintendo needs.

Nintendo declined to comment on sales outside of the US, saying in a statement that it "is working to make sure everyone who wants a system is able to buy one, and more systems are continually being shipped".



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