Nintendo Switch sales exceeded 735,000 units in the US in the month of October, the company revealed. These numbers shared by NPD include the Nintendo Switch, which launched in 2017, and the Nintendo Switch Lite, which launched last year. Nintendo also states that the October 2020 numbers are the second highest October sales of any video game console in history, selling 807,000 units in October 2008 after the Wii system. These are by far the strongest sales numbers for the Nintendo Switch.
NPD shared sales numbers for Nintendo Switch And Nintendo Switch Light For the month of October, revealing that the two consoles combined sold 735,926 units in the US, an increase of 136 percent compared to October 2019. What was said This is the second-highest October sales of any video game console in history currently being held by the Wii system that sold 807,000 units in October 2008.
Nintendo Switch has been the best-selling video game console of all consoles for 23 consecutive months – NPD has started tracking sales numbers. According to NPD, more than 22.5 million units of the Nintendo Switch have been sold in the US alone. Globally, the console has sold 63 million units according to Nintendo’s internal data.
Additionally, Nintendo also announced that on Black Friday, customers who purchase the Nintendo Switch will receive a download code for the digital version of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, as well as a three-month personalized subscription to Nintendo Switch Online . The bundle will be available in the US from November 22 with a price of $ 299.99 (approximately Rs 22,400).
Recently, Nintendo hiked Sales forecast The COVID-19 epidemic increases consumer spending on home gaming by March 2021 as a switch to 24 million units. It reported operating profit to be JPY 291.4 billion (approximately Rs 20,800 crore) between April and September, a three-fold gain over the same period last year.
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