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UK: Nintendo Switch owned 23.8% of the market in May overtaking Xbox One

The Nintendo Switch continues to perform extremely well worldwide but one place where Nintendo has occasionally struggled in the past is the United Kingdom. The PlayStation 4 is the dominant console so far in this generation, but the Nintendo Switch is quickly catching up with consumers. The Nintendo’s latest system had a 23.8% market share in May. The Xbox One had a market share of 21.3%.

“Between Donkey Kong, Hyrule Warriors and usual top sellers like Mario Kart, Super Mario Odyssey and Breath of the Wild, the market share for the Switch increased month-on-month, reaching 18.1 per cent in units, against 12.5 per cent in April. In terms of value, the Switch was 23.8 per cent of the market in May (against 14.8 per cent in April) overtaking the Xbox One and its 21.3 per cent.”

  1. God of War
  2. FIFA 18
  3. Far Cry 5
  4. Donkey Kong County: Tropical Freeze
  5. Detroit: Become Human
  6. State of Decay 2
  7. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
  8. Fallout 4
  9. Lego Marvel Superheroes 2
  10. Dark Souls Remastered

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19 comments

    1. || I’m still here watching how those infidels destroy themselves, i just reverted to my puppet form until the the first order builds my new body…once again Nintendo will rule the world of gaming…

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  1. Now we just need for this to be The Way in America: King Sony, Queen Nintendo, & Jack Microsoft. (That’s “playing cards” speak.) Once this is The Way in all regions, all will be right with the world again. …Mostly……….

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