Niko Partners’ main analyst, Daniel Ahmad, recently said on Twitter that Total Nintendo Crossing Animal shipments: New Horizons (including digital sales figures) in Japan had apparently exceeded 2.5 million units during Of the first three days of the game. Although Animal Crossing is also at the top of the sales ranking in the United Kingdom, it should sell well in several regions and these sales figures in Japan have pushed the Nintendo Switch to become the Nintendo console The best -selling in Japan. Animal Crossing: New Horizons is now available exclusively for the Nintendo Switch, with an update of the first day published a few days before the release of the game.
“First expedition and digital sale for Animal Crossing: New Horizons in Japan seems to have exceeded 2.5 million units in its first three days,” said Daniel Ahmad on Twitter. “Which makes it the biggest opening for a switch game in Japan and the greatest opening for the animal crossing series from afar.” With Pokemon and Super Smash Bros.ultimate beating sales records for their respective versions, it is refreshing to see the Nintendo Switch continue to succeed with large versions such as the last opus of the Animal Crossing franchise.
Given the number of 2.5 million and the launch of Animal Crossing: New Horizons in the United Kingdom 3.5 times more successful than the previous opus (New Leaf), it is sure to assume that this exclusivity Nintendo Switch is On the right track to be the most successful title in the series. The developers hope that the game helps people cross the pandemic of Covid-19 around the world and we think that this already helps in this regard, with millions of players taking their minds around them to create their Ideal island.
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