October 30, 2018 12:32 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Earlier today, Nintendo took to updating their Million Sellers list for Nintendo Switch and made it available to the general public. As great as it is to see how the Top 10 Nintendo Switch games are doing, the numbers presented are only the overall sales numbers.

They do not tell you how each game has performance in the last 3 months, or reveal which was the best-performing game during that time period, but that’s where we come in. Having taken the time, we have gone over the numbers, dotted the zeros and have done the math, the following list is how Nintendo’s top games handled themselves in the last couple of months:

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Best-Selling Nintendo games on Nintendo Switch, between July & September 2018:

 

  • Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – 1.36 million (Up from 1.13 million between April & June 2018)
  • Super Mario Odyssey – 1 million (Up from 0.76 million between April & June 2018)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – 0.96 million (Up from 0.84 million between April & June 2018)
  • Mario Tennis Aces – 0.78 million (Down from 1.38 million between April & June 2018)
  • Splatoon 2 – 0.71 million (Down from 0.74 million between April & June 2018)
  • Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze – 0.27 million (Down from 1.40 million between April & June 2018)
  • Kirby Star Allies – 0.21 million (Down from 0.63 million between April & June 2018)
  • 1-2-Switch – 0.21 million (Up from 0.16 million between April & June 2018)
  • Xenoblade Chronicles 2 – 0.11 million (Same from 0.11 million between April & June 2018)
  • ARMS – 0.09 million (Down from 0.16 million between April & June 2018)

As for the current standings of the actual Top 10 games, you can see a comprehensive breakdown of those right here:

 

Top 10 Best-Selling Nintendo games on Nintendo Switch of All-Time:

 

Total units sold: 12.17 million

Units Sold Between July & September 2018: 1 million

Total units sold Before July 2018: 11.17 million

Current Best-Selling Placement: #1

Previous Best-Selling Placement: #1

Total units sold: 11.71 million

Units Sold Between July & September: 1.36 million

Total units sold Before July 2018: 10.35 million

Current Best-Selling Placement: #2

Previous Best-Selling Placement: #2

Total units sold: 10.28 million

Units Sold Between July & September 2018: 0.96 million

Total units sold Before July 2018: 9.32 million

Current Best-Selling Placement: #3

Previous Best-Selling Placement: #3

Total units sold: 7.47 million

Units Sold Between July & September 2018: 0.71 million

Total units sold Before July 2018: 6.76 million

Current Best-Selling Placement: #4

Previous Best-Selling Placement: #4

Total units sold: 2.64 million

Units Sold Between July & September 2018: 0.21 million

Total units sold Before July 2018: 2.45 million

Current Best-Selling Placement: #5

Previous Best-Selling Placement: #5

Total units sold: 2.16 million

Units Sold Between July & September 2018: 0.78 million

Total units sold Before July 2018: 1.38 million

Current Best-Selling Placement: #6

Previous Best-Selling Placement: #9

Total units sold: 2.10 million

Units Sold Between July & September 2018: 0.09 million

Total units sold Before July 2018: 2.01 million

Current Best-Selling Placement: #7

Previous Best-Selling Placement: #6

Total units sold: 2.10 million

Units Sold Between July & September 2018: 0.21 million

Total units sold Before July 2018: 1.89 million

Current Best-Selling Placement: #8

Previous Best-Selling Placement: #7

Total units sold: 1.67 million

Units Sold Between July & October 2018: 0.27 million

Total units sold Before April 2018: 1.40 million

Current Best-Selling Placement: #9

Previous Best-Selling Placement: #9

Total units sold: 1.53 million

Units Sold Between July & October 2018: 0.11 million

Total units sold Before April 2018: 1.42 million

Current Best-Selling Placement: #10

Previous Best-Selling Placement: #8

 

We hope you enjoyed this breakdown and have a much better understanding as to just how well each game performed in the last couple of months, compared to their overall lifetime performance.

 

Until next time, Keep on Gaming!

*All sales numbers are taken directly from Nintendo

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