Nintendo Switch is about to break 20 million sales milestone

Donna Miller
August 16, 2018

The fact that the announcement was made on Twitter as a reply to a fan was pretty weird but at least we now know that the Nintendo Switch will not be getting the game. The game lets you traverse the wilderness of Hyrule like never before.

Nintendo uploaded an image of "Super Mario Bros".

Nintendo have since shared a screenshot promoting Super Mario Bros.

There isn't a lot else to say at this point, so I thought we might take a closer look at this glorious solitary screenshot as it helps tide up over until September.

While Super Mario Odyssey will require more work to get into a playable state, there's actually other games that are nearly entirely playable.

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Nintendo Switch Online is slated to be released near the end of September, finally ending the wait for a service that supposedly launched alongside the Nintendo Switch in March 2017.

For anyone with a love of adventure, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a masterpiece from top to bottom, and at $45, it's back to one of the best deals we've seen for the game.

Are you potentially excited at the prospect of Nintendo Online? Or perhaps giving players another option to buy games outright in addition to the soon to launch service would be a good idea?

According to data revealed through Nintendo's investor relations website, the Nintendo Switch has sold a grand total of 19.67 million units, which technically places it second-to-last in the overall sales records of Nintendo consoles.

It will be interesting to see what Nintendo is going to do.

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