The Nintendo Switch launched in 2017, and Nintendo recently released incredible sales numbers. While the family of consoles–the Switch, Switch Lite, and Switch OLED–sold 111.08 million units, software sales also were staggering at 863.59 million units.
Of the 863.59 million units, which games came on top? Well, Nintendo recently refreshed their top ten selling titles for the Nintendo Switch since its 2017 debut:
- Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – at 46.82 million units
- Animal Crossing: New Horizons – at 39.38 million units
- Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – at 28.82 million units
- Breath of the Wild – at 27.14 million units
- Pokemon Sword/Shield – at 24.50 million units
- Super Mario Odyssey – at 23.93 million units
- Super Mario Party – at 18.06 million units
- Pokémon Brilliant Diamond / Pokémon Shining Pearl – at14.79 million units
- Pokemon Let’s GO – at 14.66 million units
- Ring Fit Adventure – at 14.54 million units
As you can see, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe continues to dominate despite the fact it has been around for a long time. No doubt sales will continue as Nintendo recently dropped new tracks.
Of note, newer games are doing fairly well with Switch Sports selling 4.84 million units and Kirby and The Forgotten Land selling 4.54 million units.
Are you surprised by these rankings? There are still some smash hits coming our way later this year and next that may shake this list up. Please share your thoughts with us on our Boss Rush Facebook Group or our Boss Rush Discord
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