Nintendo announced this week the Switch Video Game Console sales record in the Black Friday sales in the United States.
"The strong demand for over $ 250 million in Shoppers is Cyber Monday's Thanksgiving products on Cyber Monday," the company said, "according to Nintendo internal sales figures.
Some of the reasons for this news stand out. First, it applies only to the United States; Nintendo has not released a new world of sales figures. Second, the video creator did not offer black Friday. This makes Nintendo's new sales milestones.
According to Nintendo, US consumers made the switch Nintendo's best console for Black Friday five-day sales, as the previous record set by the Wii has exceeded. Also, last week, Switch was the bestselling week in the United States; Thanksgiving Day was apparently a high point.
It cites all Nintendo products of $ 250 million, so it's not only changed, but Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition and Super Nintendo Entertainment System: Super NES Classic Edition retro consoles, and Nintendo games and accessories. In total, United States hardware sales through Thanksgiving Cyber Monday increased 45 percent in 2017 at the same time, says Nintendo.
Until now, Nintendo has sold more than 8.2 in the United States consoles, even though it has been selling a new world of sales. Change hardware sales increased by 115% compared to the same period of 2017, presumably in the United States alone. More than 1 million games of Nintendo production were sold on a five-day holiday, and 78 787 from 787.
The sales of 3DS systems on the handheld device has reached 22 million in the United States, according to Nintendo, two games, Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra MoonIt has exceeded 2.2 million units.
And they also sell the Nintendo console retro: Super Nintendo Entertainment System: Super NES Classic Edition has sold more than 2.5 million units today, Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition has landed more than 2 million units up to now.
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