Nintendo Switch earns $271.8 million in USA alone

At the same time, a game intended for Nintendo's home-and-mobile game device, Zelda Breath of the Wild, has sold more copies than its partner console.

Switch sold more than 906,000 units in March in the United States, according to NPD Group sales data, Nintendo announced. This makes the Switch Nintendo's fastest selling console ever.

Nintendo had originally planned on selling only 2 million Nintendo Switch units worldwide for the month of March- but it looks like they may have beaten their own expectations.

A player of "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" recently made an impossible stunt that made fans in awe of his feat, which can be seen in a video that can be viewed down below. Roughly 460,000 copies of the Wii U version of the game were sold in March, and the Switch version sold an estimated 925,000 units. Those sales are surprising considering no other Nintendo console has reached that scale.

It's also predicted Nintendo will have sold 25.7 million Switch units by the time this smaller console launches - a fairly ambitious goal.

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The Nintendo Switch may be working out availability with certain retailers, but that's not stopping it from being a big-seller on the market anyway. We remind you that since then, the game was also released for: Xbox 360, Raspberry Pi, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, Windows Phone, Windows 10, Wii U and Apple TV. The reported Breath of the Wild numbers, on the other hand, come directly from "Nintendo's internal sales figures" (including downloaded copies).

It is confirmed that more than nine-hundred thousand units of Nintendo Switch was sold last month.

Nintendo has a hit on their hands even though Zelda is the only worthwhile game to buy right now.

And earlier this week, a new Nintendo Direct showed off 12 Switch games coming this year, including Payday 2 and Sonic Forces, as well as provided release dates for ARMS and Splatoon 2.

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