It was only a matter of time: According to global sales estimates provided by VGChartz, The Nintendo Switch had already overtaken the Game Boy in sales. This event could have happened last December, more precisely in the tenth week, when the platform would have been sold 872,694 units all over the world. This would put Nintendo Switch with over 118.99 million of units sold, thus exceeding 118.69 million Game Boy which entered circulation at that time.
These numbers include, of course, Sales of all Nintendo Switch models (Standard, Lite, and OLED) all over the world. Of course, we won’t have official confirmation of this fact until the company’s next sales report, but things are undoubtedly looking good for the hybrid.
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