Nintendo Switch has officially become the fastest-selling home video game system in U.S. history. The system is already home to some of the best titles around and the future looks bright indeed. With heavy hitters such as Super Mario Odyssey, Splatoon 2, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Zelda, Doom and more already on the system, we cannot wait to see what 2018 will bring.
“Fans across the country have experienced the joy of playing their favorite games at home or on the go,” said Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo of America’s President and COO. “Now that many more people have received Nintendo Switch systems for the holidays, we look forward to bringing them fun new surprises in 2018 and beyond.”
Remember when I said that Bravely Default could be headed to Nintendo Switch? Well, an image has appeared on Twitter that has once again added fuel to this fire… The official Bravely Default Twitter account has possibly teased Bravely Default for the Nintendo Switch in the image above. The picture depicts a character from the series with neon joy cons in hand. Only time will tell, but we will hopefully hear something soon…
In case you all missed my latest YouTube upload– DO NOT FRET!! Check out the video above. In this one, I discuss how Nintendo Switch’s 2018 is shaping up so be sure to give it a watch. I fully expect a Nintendo Direct to hit next month but news as to what titles we can expect for the Switch has been trickling in. Check it out and make sure you subscribe to my channel.
It has been announced that the Nintendo Switch has now sold over 10 million units worldwide. This monumental success is ahead of the big Christmas rush and will likely outsell the Wii U’s entire lifespan in a matter of months. The Nintendo Switch first hit the market earlier this year and is home to some of the best games ever released. The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild took home numerous “Game of The Year” awards and Super Mario Odyssey has become the highest rated game of all time.
This is HUGE news for Nintendo and we cannot wait to see what the company has in store for 2018. Congrats Nintendo.
The Nintendo Switch has now sold over one million units in Japan alone. The latest home console from the big N passed this milestone despite shortages across the area (and pretty much around the world). Nintendo is coming off a great E3 show and has also shared that there are more, unannounced titles to come to the system this year. They have to be pleased with sales and reception for the hybrid console so far and with heavy hitters like Splatoon 2, Xenoblade and Super Mario Odyssey headed to the Switch, sales will be very nice for its first year at retail.
More news on Nintendo Switch sales as it develops.