Nintendo Switch Outsold Xbox One and PS4 in September

The latest monthly report from NPD has dropped and the Nintendo Switch console has outsold the PS4 and Xbox One consoles in the month of September.

The report has been generated from the United States and it’s kind of surprising to see a console like Switch dominate the bigger platforms which have the best hardware combined with the most popular AAA exclusives. Nintendo has come out as a clear winner as it dominated the entire hardware space.

Switch along with SNES Classic Edition and 3DS sold so much in the month of September that no other console could come close to the numbers. Since its launch in the month of April, Nintendo Switch has sold 2 million units according to the manufacturer.

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Exclusive games like Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Metroid Samus Returns occupied the last three places in a top ten list. Demand continues to grow with the holiday season fast approaching in the United States. Nintendo manufactures 2 million units every month for worldwide supply but might still find it tough to meet the demand this year.

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