Global Sales of Nintendo Switch Sit at 111.08 Million Units Since System Launch, Software at 863.59 Million Units

The Nintendo Switch first launched in 2017, with two other iterations released since then, the Switch Lite and the Switch OLED. How is the Switch doing at the half of its so-called life cycle? Well, Nintendo shared those numbers: 111.08 million Nintendo Switch units were sold worldwide.

Many people say Switch sells games, and that statement was proven by global software sales as well: 863.59 million units.

These numbers confirm that Nintendo is still riding high on their latest console after surpassing Nintendo Wii sales at the end of last year. The Nintendo Switch is still trailing behind the PlayStation 4 (sales surpassed in the US, but not globally), Gameboy, Nintendo DS, and the PlayStation 2.

Who knows what is up Nintendo’s sleeve in the coming years, but one thing’s for sure–the Switch continues to sell.

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Sources: My Nintendo News, Statista, Game Informer

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