The Nintendo Switch sold 17.8 million units in 1 year – more than the Wii U sold in 5
Nintendo today released its fiscal earnings for 2017, which includes details about the Switch’s sales — and how the console drove Nintendo’s profits up by 500 percent in just one year. In terms of hard numbers, the Switch has sold 17.79 million units, moving more copies of itself in the first year of its existence Nintendo’s previous console, the Wii U, moved in its entire life. While that number doesn’t come near to beating the Wii’s sales — over 100 million units sold over its whole lifespan — it is safe to say Nintendo’s gamble on the mobile/stationary combination console… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Nintendo
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