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Nintendo Switch sales continue to rise

Great news related to Nintendo. We are talking in this case of updated sales of Nintendo Switch, which continues to sweep.

Specifically, it is information from United Kingdom, where the console has shown sales growth during the past month of April. This is easily extrapolated to more countries.

The data in the United Kingdom are as follows:

  • Nintendo Switch sales increased by 26% compared to March 2023 in April 2023
  • It seems that it is mainly due to the sales of the OLED Switch from Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
  • Its sales are expected to continue to increase ahead of the release of this game, scheduled for May 12, 2023.

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