Nintendo has announced that 10 million Nintendo Switch units have been sold in Japan as of November 3, 2019.
As of September 20, 2019, the Nintendo Switch has sold a total of 41.67 million units worldwide, and 246.01 million software units.
Since the console first launched in March 2017, the Nintendo Switch has reached a milestone of 15 million units sold in North America alone.
Nintendo of Europe has announced via its official Twitter account that more than 10 million Nintendo Switch consoles have been sold in Europe to date.
Amazon, Gamestop, and Best Buy are now selling the new and improved Nintendo Switch console model, with increased battery life.
Nintendo has sold a total of 36.87 million Nintendo Switch consoles around the world, during the period starting from its launch to June 30, 2019.
A defect with the Joy Con controllers of the original Switch model has led to the preparation of a class action lawsuit against Nintendo of America.
A revision to the original Nintendo Switch model was announced by Nintendo. The revised model’s key change will moderately increase the battery life.
Sales figures from Japanese data source Famitsu suggest that the Nintendo Switch has now shipped more units than the PlayStation 4 in Japan.
After recent rumors surrounding two new Nintendo Switch consoles Nintendo officially stated that they have no plans to announce a new console at E3 2019.