The last time Nintendo opened its books, we learned that the Switch had already sold more in nine months than the Wii U had in its entire lifetime. But it’s only natural that after a spike in interest over the holiday period, things would start to slow down. And that’s exactly what we’re seeing today in Nintendo’s latest earnings, marking the end of its financial year. Over the past three months, Nintendo has shifted 2.93 million Switch consoles. That’s nowhere near the 7.23 million figure for the three months prior, but it still pushes total sales up to a tasty 17.79 million.
Source: Nintendo (1) (PDF), (2), (3), (4) (PDF)