Nintendo Quarterly financial results It’s out and shows that the Switch, in all its versions, has now surpassed 130 million sales.
Starting September 30, 2023, this will be a lifetime number for the Nintendo Switch. hardware Units sold with regular Switch Light and Switch OLED models have arrived 132.46 million129.53 million in the previous quarter.
In addition to the total programming Sales of the Switch now stand at 1.133 billion units, significantly more than the Nintendo DS negligible 948.76 million.
The success of games like The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (which itself has sold nearly 20 million copies) helped Nintendo increase its hardware sales in the first two quarters by 2.4% year over year to 6,86 million units. April 2023 – Not a big increase though any The surge remains impressive at this late point in the console’s lifecycle. In fact, Nintendo is forecasting better-than-expected profits – thanks in large part to exchange rate differences – and better-than-expected profits. It revised its financial forecast accordingly.
The OLED model was the clear choice of people who recently bought a Switch. Here’s a breakdown of sales for various members of the Switch “family” in the first six months of Nintendo’s 2024 fiscal year (as of April 2023):
- Total switch hardware revenue for fiscal year 2024/Q1+Q2: 6.84 million
- Total Sales of Standard Transformers in FY 2024/Q1+Q2: 1.25 million
- Total Switch OLED Sales for FY 2024/Q1+Q2: 4.69 million
- Switch Light Gross Revenue for FY 2024/Q1+Q2: 0.90 Million
The Switch is still more than 20 million in sales behind the Nintendo DS, which tops the overall hardware sales list. Here’s what it looks like on September 30, 2023:
|control unit||Total Sales (Millions)|
|Game Boy Advance||81,51|
|Super Family PC/SNES||49.10|
Note that these numbers are as of September 30th, so any impact from the release of Super Mario Wonder (October 20th) isn’t reflected in these numbers – we’ll have to wait until February to see how the game looks, the upcoming series of Switch releases (including Super Mario RPGs) and the company’s Aggressive holiday marketing will hurt the fortunes of older consoles.
Nintendo recently unveiled several new hardware/software bundles ahead of the lucrative Black Friday, and as rumors of a Switch successor suggest this could be the Switch’s last holiday season, as it represents the company’s only hardware offering, Nintendo will try to last the console world every time. Juice drips from the rabbit.
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