Japan: Zelda Breath Of The Wild On Nintendo Switch Sold 193K Units At Retail

Sales data for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on the Nintendo Switch is now in for Japan, thanks to Famitsu. Link’s long-awaited open world adventure sold 193,000 units at retail which isn’t quite as impressive when you note that 330,637 Switch units were sold. Whether a lot of Japanese consumers decided to purchase the game digitally remains to be seen as the Famitsu sales just take into account retail sales. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild had a 58% attach rate on Switch. Here’s how it compares to past Zelda games:

  • N64 The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time First week: 386.234 LTD: 1.143.570 Nintendo 11/21/1998
  • N64 The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask FW: 314.044 LTD: 601.542 Nintendo 4/27/2000
  • NGC The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker FW: 287.346 LTD: 742.609 Nintendo 12/13/2002
  • WII The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword FW: 194.894 LTD: 349.143 Nintendo 11/23/2011
  • WII The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess FW: 145.068 LTD: 554.109 Nintendo 12/2/2006
  • NGC The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess FW: N/A LTD: 70.000 Nintendo 12/2/2006

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9 thoughts on “Japan: Zelda Breath Of The Wild On Nintendo Switch Sold 193K Units At Retail

  1. Ok let’s go back one article says they sold 313,000 plus switches and now it’s 360,000 plus this site needs to check umber down and because it looks like their recycling miss information.

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      1. I wanna say yes and no, but I don’t wanna assume. I’m on yes cause I know having Zelda with you wherever on a memory card makes sense. But I also say no because I see the need to buy a memory card for some to be an OK buy and some saying no to buying more stuff. In the states, SD cards are cheap. Elsewhere, it might not be. So will see the numbers when they come out.

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