A total of 4.3 million copies of Super Mario Bros. Wonder were sold around the world in the first two weeks after the game was released on October 20. Nintendo made this announcement. The sales data for the 2D platformer were disclosed by the business in a recently published quarterly financial presentation. During this same presentation, the company also stated that the game has become the Super Mario-related product with the quickest sales to date.
Naturally, Mario games in general have a tendency to have extended tails in terms of their sales, and Nintendo acknowledges this fact by adding that it anticipates Super Mario Bros. Wonder to sell extremely well over the forthcoming holiday season and beyond.
The Super Mario Bros. Wonder video game has garnered positive reviews from reviewers all around the world and has also gotten off to a good start in terms of sales in regional areas. It witnessed the fifth-biggest physical launch of the year in the UK and became the Mario game that sold the most copies in Europe in the shortest amount of time. In Japan, it debuted at the top of the charts for physical sales with over 638,000 copies sold, making it the third-biggest launch ever for a Mario game in the area.
Additionally, Nintendo disclosed not too long ago that the Switch had sold 132.46 million copies all over the world. Pikmin 4 has sold 2.61 million copies so far, which puts it behind The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, which has reached a total of 19.5 million sales worldwide. Additionally, the most recent sales figures for the Switch’s top 10 best-selling first-party games have been made public.