Nintendo has revealed some good sales data for the three months period ending June 30.
In an earnings report released this morning, the company announced that Arms, which released June 16, has so far sold 1.18 million units worldwide. That’s not a bad start for a new IP.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, which had a solid launch in April, has now sold through 3.54 million units worldwide. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild also added another 1.16 million units, bringing the total to 3.92 million. Overall, Switch software sales amounted to 8.14 million units.
These numbers include digital sales, as well as bundled games.
On the hardware end, Nintendo reported 1.97 million unit sales for the Switch. This brings the total to an impressive 4.7 million units since it launched near the end of March.
As for the 3DS, it managed to shift 950,000 units.