Nintendo Switch is one of the most successful consoles of Nintendo and of the entire current panorama. Despite the fact that only a few months ago the new generation Xbox and PlayStation consoles were launched on the market , it seems that the rate of sales of Nintendo Switch has not decreased and today we receive updated data as of March 2021 ensuring that the hybrid is It is already close to 85 million units sold worldwide and that last fiscal year was record figures for Nintendo.
As collected by analyst Daniel Ahmad, Nintendo has given new data regarding the sales figures for Nintendo Switch and video games on the console for the last fiscal year (which ended on March 31). According to the data provided, Nintendo Switch sold a total of 28.83 million units in the fiscal year, causing the console to catapult to 84.59 million units sold in total. On the other hand, in the past fiscal year, a total of 230.9 million units of Nintendo Switch video games were sold. Adding this to the previous figures we have that the hybrid console has achieved sell a total of 587.12 million video games worldwide.
With these figures, Nintendo is catapulted to a profit of 16,590 million dollars. Although the pandemic could have affected Nintendo’s business, the truth is that it has not and, in fact, annual growth is 34.4% and Nintendo’s figures are a record. The past fiscal year was the year of Nintendo’s history in which the company greater benefits obtained, as recorded by analyst Daniel Ahmad.
We remember that Nintendo Switch already exceeds the total sales of 3DS and is positioning itself as a candidate to become one of the most successful consoles in the entire history of Nintendo. In addition, the future does not look bad at all with the launch of a sequel to the acclaimed Breath of the Wild , Metroid Prime 4 and a review of the console that, according to the leaks, would be capable of reaching higher resolutions and frame rates per second. to those of the standard version. We will be attentive to bring any news that arises in this regard.