Amazon’s 3-for-2 sale includes ‘Elden Ring,’ ‘Nintendo Switch Sports’ and more

Every once in a while, Amazon will bring around a new 3-for-2 sale that makes it cheaper to stock up on books, video games, movies, toys and more. The latest sale includes Elden Ring and a number of other popular PS5, Xbox and Nintendo Switch titles, so you can pick up a handful of games that have been on your wishlist for a while without spending too much money. Just go to the overall sale page here and filter by video games on the left sidebar to see all of the included titles.

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If you somehow haven’t picked up Elden Ring yet, you can do so now — and not only is it included in this 3-for-2 sale, but both the PS5 and Xbox versions are $10 off their usual price, bringing them both down to $50. There’s a similar deal for Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga: both the PS5 and Xbox games are included in the sale and they are both $15 off, so you can get them for $45 each. Sifu: Vengeance Edition for PS5 is also eligible for this sale, but you’ll find it at its standard price of $50.

As far as Nintendo games go, you can pick up Nintendo Switch Sports for $48 in this sale, along with Kirby and the Forgotten Land, Triangle Strategy, Ori: The Collection and others. Some titles, like Triangle Strategy, have been discounted from their normal price, but you should expect to pay full price for most games — especially new ones. Regardless, it’s rare that you’re able to pick up three popular titles for the price of two, so if you’ve got a long-haul flight coming up soon or a roadtrip during which you’ll need plenty of distractions, now’s the time to stock up on games for your Switch.

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Elden Ring game trailer delivers on George R.R. Martin hype

At this point, it would seem that Geoff Keighley and Elden Ring are eternally linked (or at least linked until the game comes out next year). For what surely felt like years, Keighley was badgered by the Souls lovers of the world for an Elden Ring reveal, and then earlier this year, he was finally able to deliver it during his Summer Game Fest event. Keighley isn’t done with bringing us new Elden Ring trailers, as The Game Awards served up another one that Souls fans will want to check out.

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While previous trailers have focused chiefly on Elden Ring‘s open world, this new trailer focuses on the game’s story. The trailer is somewhat cryptic, but it effectively sets the stage for the game nonetheless. It mostly seems to give us the story so far, detailing a war between demigods sparked when an item called the Rune of Death was stolen.

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Toward the end of the trailer, we hear that the characters of Elden Ring have “inhabited a fractured world” since that war, with the suggestion that the player can change things. Going into this trailer, we knew that the Elden Ring had been broken, and its shards – known as Great Runes – had fallen into the hands of the demigods, who then went to war with one another. Players will collect these Runes as they play in an attempt to restore the Elden Ring and become an Elden Lord.

The truth is that large parts of this story will probably remain cryptic until the game is out and we can make better sense of all of these pre-release teases, but as story trailers go, this one is pretty compelling. For starters, it looks beautiful, and though we don’t get to see any gameplay, the aesthetic is definitely enough to pull any Souls fan in.

The story will hopefully be a good one as well, as it was crafted by Hidetaka Miyazaki – the mastermind behind the Souls series, including Bloodborne and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice – and A Song of Ice and Fire writer George R.R. Martin, who assisted in worldbuilding. That’s a pretty potent pair when it comes to fantasy writing, and given what we’ve seen so far, all the promise and potential of the creators of these historic pieces of media will very likely deliver with Elden Ring.

Thankfully, this trailer debuted with no word of a changing release date. Originally slated to release on January 21st, 2022, Elden Ring was eventually delayed to February 25th, 2022 – a release date that’s still sticking as of this latest update. Here’s hoping that the February 25th date is the one that sticks for good because there is a ton of anticipation riding behind this release.

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How to Pre-order Elden Ring

While we do have to wait just a bit longer to finally enter the Lands Between of Elden Ring, you don’t have to wait to pre-order the game. This fantasy epic is the latest game from the team that brought the world the Dark Souls series, as well as the similarly challenging Bloodborne and Sekiro. Fans were eagerly awaiting the next game this team had in store to further push us to our gaming limits, eventually revealing the brand new Elden Ring. While visually similar in many ways to its infamous Souls series, this open-world title promises to offer plenty of new experiences for even the most dedicated FromSoftware fans.

On the heels of a new gameplay trailer, FromSoftware announced the final editions that will be available for pre-order ahead of Elden Ring‘s launch. These range in price as well as content, with the most expensive one definitely being something that hardcore Souls fans will want to get their hands on. Before you put your money down to assure you can jump into this brand new test of mental fortitude and willpower on February 25, check out what each version contains. And no, there are no mimics here.

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Where can I pre-order Elden Ring?

Pre-orders for Elden Ring are up just about everywhere you would expect. Major retailers like Best Buy, Amazon, and Gamestop are stocking the physical editions, with the exception of the most expensive version, and you can also digitally pre-order on the console platform of your choice. Some editions are already tough to get, but pre-orders are all up until the game launches on February 25.

Elden Ring Standard Edition

The base version of Elden Ring is your standard, no-frills pre-order for $60. This is just the game itself, plus two little bonuses for putting your money down early. The first is the Adventure Guide, which is simply described as having “useful information for the player’s adventures in the Lands Between.” The other bonus is a vague gesture simply called “The Ring.” What this gesture looks like isn’t shared, but they do at least mention that you will still be able to get it during the game, so it isn’t exclusive only to people who pre-order.

Elden Ring digital Deluxe Edition

Elden Ring digital edition goodies.

Next up is the digital Deluxe Edition for $80. This version is available for all platforms — PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC. In addition to the two pieces of content the Standard Edition offers, this version also comes with a digital artbook and the game’s original soundtrack.

Elden Ring Launch Edition

Elden Ring launch edition loot.

The Launch Edition is another option for those who want a physical copy of the game for their platform of choice — or an included code for PC players. In the box, you will get the following items:

  • Three exclusive art cards, sized 135mm by 170mm, showing off the landscape of the Lands Between.
  • A woven patch of a rune.
  • Three stickers featuring emblem patterns from the game.
  • A 39mm by 344mm poster of a bearded knight with a lion behind him.

Pre-orders of this edition have recently been in limited stock or sold out. Check the official website to find available retailers.

Elden Ring Collector’s Edition

Elden Ring collector's edition statue.

The Collector’s Edition is where things start to get pricey. This version, again physical due to it packing in a bunch of real goods, is retailing for $190. What do you get for that much cash? Well, in addition to everything the Launch Edition had, you get:

  • The digital soundtrack from the digital Deluxe Edition.
  • A steelbook game case.
  • A physical, 40-page hardcover art book showing off new visuals, environments, monsters, and legendary warriors.
  • A 23cm statue of Malenia — Blade of Miquella.

Plus, it all comes in a beautifully designed box adorned with intricate designs.

Pre-orders of this edition have recently been in limited stock or sold out. Check the official website to find available retailers.

Elden Ring Premium Collector’s Edition

Elden Ring Premium collectors edition helmet.

Finally, for the biggest FromSoftware fans, we have the Premium Collector’s Edition for a not-insignificant price of $300. If you’re ready to invest that much into this game, here’s what this massive box of goodies has inside. First, you will obviously get everything the normal Collector’s Editions has, as well as an official 1:1 scale replica of Malenia — Blade of Miquella’s helmet. These are very limited, each having their own number, and come with a stand for display purposes. This edition is exclusively sold via the official Bandai Namco store, so head over soon if you’re eyeing this edition.

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Elden Ring network test codes are blowing up on eBay

It’s not controversial to say that Elden Ring is highly anticipated. So anticipated is Elden Ring that scalpers have found a way to make a pretty penny on the game, even though it’s not out until next year. Yes, it seems that reselling consoles, CPUs, and graphics cards with a significant price hike wasn’t enough for the scalpers of the world, as they’ve also started selling codes to the Elden Ring network test, which is taking place this weekend.

Hundreds of dollars for a network test?

You wouldn’t necessarily think that access to a network test – a closed beta, in other words – would warrant spending hundreds of dollars but, apparently, Elden Ring is a different beast. Though the network test does not begin until this weekend, invitations are currently being sent out to those who were lucky enough to be accepted.

Instead of redeeming their access key and hopping in the game this weekend, some who were selected have instead taken to eBay to list their keys for significant sums of money. All you need to do is head over to eBay and type “Elden Ring” into the search box to see what we’re talking about here; while many of the results will be for Collector’s Edition pre-orders, many others will be for codes to the network stress test.

Those codes are listed at pretty ridiculous prices, too – especially for a stress test that’s only lasting a single weekend and won’t even be live for the entirety of it. Many of the codes are listed north of $200, with some even approaching $300. One auction that’s live now on eBay has already hit $360. It ends after the first round of testing on Friday, meaning whoever buys that code won’t even get to participate in all of the gameplay sessions happening weekend.

Some Elden Ring fans are desperate

Of course, people can list anything on eBay for whatever price they want, but that doesn’t mean they’ll actually sell it. We hear that all the time when we see eBay listings that dramatically overvalue a product, and while it is sometimes true that high-priced items ultimately don’t sell, that sadly isn’t the case for these Elden Ring codes.

Looking at the sold listings is even more depressing than looking at the active ones. Several codes have sold today already, with one PS5 key going for an eyewatering $420 (which feels like a joke). Another PS5 code sold for $399.99, while a number of others have sold for around $250.

Scalpers tend to flock to anything they think is going to be a hot commodity, and reselling pre-release orders for games and consoles the seller doesn’t even have in their possession is nothing new. Scalpers on eBay tried the same thing with the SNES Classic Edition before that launched, and last year, FPGA console maker Analogue said that it would be monitoring sites like eBay to stop scalpers from reselling consoles they didn’t actually possess.

Ultimately, the people who are buying these codes can spend their money how they wish. With Elden Rings‘ release just a few months away, however, it seems much better to take a patient approach and play the full game for $60 in February, rather than bits and pieces of the game for hundreds now. That’s just our take on the matter, though.

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Elden Ring Gameplay Trailer Shows Off Its Open World

Today’s first look at gameplay for Elden Ring, FromSoftware’s highly-anticipated upcoming title, is all-encompassing. The 19-minute video from the developer offers details on everything in the game, including the random encounters that players can expect, new gameplay mechanics like crafting and stealth, and the changes that have come from giving players the option to do a little hop whenever they want.

Elden Ring takes place in The Lands Between, and that’s pretty much all we got of the game’s story or setting during today’s presentation. It’s not clear why players will be adventuring through the strange, cursed land or what their goal is. Like the Dark Souls games, Elden Ring‘s story may be told through item descriptions. However, much like a Dark Souls game, there are places scattered throughout the world for players to rest at called sites of grace. Lights from the sky point to these sites, giving players a beacon to head towards if they need to get away from the action.

Elden Ring‘s largest departure from all of From Software’s other games is that it’s totally open-world. Players can summon a spectral horse and ride through The Lands Between, meeting NPCs or taking part in random encounters. One such encounter shown today had a dragon swoop in and attack the player as they were passing a patrol of enemies.

Players will also be able to ambush convoys of enemies, stealing treasure from the carriages they carry. In today’s video, the player accomplished this by sneaking up on enemies and stunning them with a heavy strike before taking them down. Similarly, players can prepare for fights by crafting useful items, including arrows, from the materials they find around the world.

When they approach enemies or the game’s dungeons, players won’t be bound to the same constraints of other Souls-like games, either. Movement in Elden Ring seems to be a blend of Dark Souls and Bloodborne, with fast dodges being available in combat and quick, high jumps performable at any time. Giving players the ability to jump without needing a running start has evidently affected the design of the game’s dungeons as well. Players can take multiple routes through Elden Ring‘s dungeons by climbing across rooftops or into open windows.

Not everything in Elden Ring is different from FromSoftware’s previous games, though. Players can still summon other players for co-op play or invade others to ruin someone’s day.

Elden Ring is set to launch on February 25, 2022, for PC, PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. Anyone who wants to try out the game early can register for a Closed Network Test slated to take place next week.

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Watch 15 minutes of ‘Elden Ring’ gameplay here at 9:45AM ET

Can’t wait to play Elden Ring? While the game is still a few months away from release, FromSoftware will broadcast a 15-minute gameplay trailer later today at 10AM ET/7AM PT. You can watch the entire clip on YouTube, Twitch and right here.

For most Souls fans, this will be the best chance to see the highly anticipated RPG in action before its release date. FromSoftware plans to hold a closed network test to stress test “various technical verifications of online systems,” but that will be only open to a small group of lucky players.

Today’s trailer is likely to give fans a more in-depth glimpse of Elden Ring’s open world. In June, director Hidetaka Miyazaki there would be six areas linked by a hub (think: Firelink Shrine). Not all of those will be accessible from the start of the game, but each will feature a main dungeon with various smaller forts, caves and catacombs to explore. Players can expect the largest world FromSoftware has created to date.

Elden Ring will be available on PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC. And like you, we can’t wait to play it.

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Elden Ring: Release Date, Trailer, Gameplay, News, and More

FromSoftware’s Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice was a smash hit, and the studio is planning on continuing that success with Elden Ring, a game that — for the majority of its existence so far — has been shrouded in mystery. Releasing in 2022, Elden Ring is the next game from the renowned studio, directed by Souls series creator Hidetaka Miyazaki and with the creative input of A Song of Ice and Fire author George R. R. Martin. We will return to a dark fantasy setting, much like in Dark Souls, but make no mistake: Elden Ring is a different beast.

Here is everything we know about Elden Ring so far, including its combat, setting, structure, and when we’ll be able to get our hands on it.

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Release date

After what felt like an eternity of silence, Elden Ring finally has a release date. The original date we got was January 21, but it received a bit of a delay and will now hit on February 25. However, there will also be a closed network test that players can register for being held throughout November to get a taste of the game early.

Announcement trailer

As with the reveals for most of FromSoftware’s projects, Elden Ring’s announcement trailer was simultaneously enthralling and cryptic. In it, we see a figure hunched over an anvil that is emitting a bright light, and then shift to a man who appears to be putting someone else’s arm over his own as hands reach out to grab him.

Next, we’re shown a quick glimpse of several scenes, including an enormous hammer being wielded and a mysterious person with a helmet and flowing red hair. This warrior wields a spear, and after attacking an enemy, we see the titular Elden Ring break apart.

This figure is then seen looking up at the red sky, seemingly being ignited by the light above. An enormous sword is planted in the ground nearby, and we see the figure who was standing above the anvil one last time as it appears to begin disintegrating.

Second trailer

The second trailer revealed during the Kickoff Live! Summer Game Fest event was much more substantial. It showed off the open world, characters, combat, and some more bits of story. It starts off with a character summoning a horse before heading off into the open world. As the character rides, a few Dark Souls-esque characters are shown, possibly hinting at the enemies you’ll fight in the game. They look like monsters, though, if the Souls games are anything to go on, some of them could be allies.

Later on in the trailer, we get a look at a dark dungeon area, with a greater emphasis on combat. Here, we see some melee action, though it’s important to take note that none of the UI was shown. Dark Souls’ and Bloodborne’s UIs are famous and easily recognizable, so we’re curious to see if a similar interface will appear in Elden Ring. Another detail is that the main character is able to swing their sword with two hands, but in a subsequent shot, they’re seen holding a shield. So it might feature a similar system that enables players to opt out of using a shield just like in Souls.

The trailer also gives us a look at what is presumably a boss, and the main character can be seen dodging out of the way of its attacks, before unleashing a devastating blow on their opponent. After that, a shot of a character sitting at a fire can be seen, also possibly referencing the Souls games. We won’t give away the rest of the trailer, but you should absolutely check it out.


A knight jumping across a chasm on a horned mount.

Elden Ring is scheduled to launch for PS4, Xbox One, PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. Publisher Bandai Namco does have a history of releasing games for Nintendo Switch, but it looks like this one will be skipping the handheld hybrid, which comes as no surprise. Perhaps for the Switch Pro, though!


Two riders about to clash at sunset.

If you’re a fan of games like Dark Souls and Bloodborne, you don’t have to worry about Elden Ring veering too far from the established formula. Speaking to IGN after the game’s reveal trailer at E3 2019, Hidetaka Miyazaki said that the game would remain a third-person action RPG that is “heavily based on Dark Souls.” Much like these games, you won’t be returning to populated towns to speak with villagers or collect quests. Instead, you can expect encounters with non-hostile NPCs to be relatively rare, adding a sense of dread and destruction that FromSoftware is known for.

Elden Ring will also be taking a different approach to the world itself, with a more open-ended structure rather than the Metroid-inspired maps of past FromSoftware games. It will be the studio’s largest game so far. You’ll be able to move throughout this world on a horse, which hasn’t been possible in any of the Souls games, Bloodborne, or Sekiro, though Sekiro did feature a boss riding on a horse in its early hours.

Elden Ring also returns to character customization after removing the feature in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. With the “role-playing” phrase being used in interviews rather than the “action-adventure” used for Sekiro, you can likely expect more player choice and the ability to craft your own preferred play style. There will be multiple weapons as well as magic abilities to use, and it could offer even more combat variety than the Souls series.

The challenge Miyazaki games are known for will still be there for Elden Ring in full force. Speaking to Xbox Wire, he said that his staff still puts great importance on “the joy the player experiences through overcoming challenges,” and that it should be comparable to the studio’s previous games.

During its most recent trailer, Bandai Namco showed off Elden Ring’s gameplay, and it looks more like the Souls series than many expected. The biggest change will come with its open world, but beyond that, the combat and emphasis on exploration will be similar. During a few segments of the trailer, the player can be seen dodging and maneuvering around nearby enemies in typical Souls-like fashion. It’s unclear if the game will feature a stamina system, or an inventory like the Souls games, but when it comes to pure movement, you can tell where it draws inspiration from.

While the gameplay trailer certainly answered a lot of questions, it raised just as many, such as how saving will work, what kind of magic will be available, if there will be a parry system, and whether or not it’ll have difficulty options. But as it stands, you can bet it’ll play a lot like Souls, perhaps with a bit more fluidity like Bloodborne.


A massive hary beast attacking a person casting a spell.

Though it wasn’t announced in the trailer, Elden Ring will, in fact, have four-player online cooperative play. According to FromSoftware, you’ll be able to “traverse on foot or horseback, alone or online with friends across grassy plains, suffocating swamps, and lush forests.”

In the Souls games, the multiplayer functionality is a bit complicated and requires both players to have specific items to “summon” and join one another. It’s unclear if this functionality will work the same way in Elden Ring, or if it will take on an identity of its own.


A rider in the woods near a giant cloaked figure.

Considering the game is still several months out, it’s still too early to have concrete information about potential Elden Ring DLC. However, based on the other Dark Souls games and Bloodborne, it’s highly likely Elden Ring will get post-launch support. All of the Souls games received major post-launch expansions, so it’s a safe bet Elden Ring will, too. We’ll likely find out more after the game comes out.


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You can actually pre-order Elden Ring through Amazon right now. The retailer only has the previous generation versions available, but we’ll put links to those below:

A Game of Thrones

George R.R. Martin standing by some rope.

In contrast to past FromSoftware games, where the lore has largely come from Hidetaka Miyazaki himself, Elden Ring is being developed in close partnership with author George R. R. Martin, whose A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy novels were later adapted into the show Game of Thrones. The collaboration started with Miyazaki sharing his general ideas and themes for the game, and Martin was then responsible for creating an overarching mythos. Martin also created characters as well as “mystical and mysterious elements” that Miyazaki’s development staff then used when creating the game.

The title Elden Ring relates to a “mysterious concept that defines the game world itself,” according to Miyazaki. Its exact nature is being kept under wraps, though we do know that it is currently destroyed — either by someone or something.

Development on Elden Ring actually began when Dark Souls III’s downloadable content was finished, and for a time it was being created concurrently with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Through assigned co-directors, Hidetaka Miyazaki was able to juggle both projects at once. It’s unclear at the moment if yet another Souls-like is also in the works at FromSoftware, or if this is the studio’s sole major project.

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‘Elden Ring’ is delayed by five weeks

Just like pretty much every other major game over the last year or so, Elden Ring has been delayed. FromSoftware has postponed the release of its massively anticipated action RPG by five weeks, from January 22nd to February 25th, saying in a tweet that “the depth and strategic freedom of the game exceeded initial expectations.” The studio apologized for the delay and added that “your patience and understanding mean a great deal to us.”

However, there was some good news for fans who might now be scrambling to reschedule paid time off they planned to take in January. A closed network test of Elden Ring will take place in November, giving a lucky few players a chance to play a chunk of the game three months in advance. Publisher Bandai Namco said the goal is to stress test “various technical verifications of online systems.” 

You have until November 1st to sign up for a chance to take part in the test, which will be open for five three-hour sessions between November 12th and 14th on PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S, but not PC. You don’t need to be a PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live Gold subscriber to take part.

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Elden Ring delayed as closed beta registration opens

Those looking forward to Elden Ring have been waiting a long time for the game to come out, and today that wait got a little longer. From Software announced today that Elden Ring has been delayed. While it’s always sad to hear of a delay, the good news is that this one isn’t very long, so gamers who can’t wait for Elden Ring won’t have to wait too much longer.

From Software took to Twitter today to announce that the new release date for Elden Ring is February 25th, 2022. Originally, Elden Ring was slated to release on January 21st, 2022, so the game is being delayed by just about a month.

In the grand scheme of things, a month’s delay is not a big deal, especially when games are seeing much more dramatic delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In its tweet, From Software seemed to blame the delay on the scope of Elden Ring growing beyond initial planning, saying, “Elden Ring will release on Feb 25th, 2022, as the depth & strategic freedom of the game exceeded initial expectations. Thank you for your trust & patience.”

In addition to announcing the delay, From Software and Bandai Namco announced that players can now sign up for Elden Ring‘s closed network test. The test will take place on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S, with five sessions running at various times between November 12th and November 14th.

If you’re interested in signing up, check out Bandai Namco’s website, where you’re asked to pick your platform, select the From Software titles you’re familiar with, and leave your email address. Registration closes on November 1st, giving players two weeks on the nose to sign up.

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Ring Fit Adventure Is Now A Best-Selling Switch Game

Nintendo has released a new list of its top-selling software, and while it includes some titles that should be expected, a new game has made its way onto the list. Ring Fit Adventure, the 2019 fitness game, has claimed the 10th spot on the list.

Nintendo itself has been doing well since the launch of the Switch. The console, which launched back in 2017, is still selling well. That’s despite a revised version of the console, the Switch OLED, releasing later this year. However, the Switch’s biggest success has been in software sales. According to Nintendo’s list of its top-selling title sales units, Ring Fit Adventure has sold a whopping 11.26 million units so far, overtaking the console’s previous 10th bestseller, New Super Mario Bros. Deluxe.

Naturally, some mainstays are still on the list and likely won’t be overtaken. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Animal Crossing: New Horizons are the best and second-best-selling games on Nintendo’s console, with 37.08 million and 33.89 million units sold respectively. Considering that the Switch itself has sold just over 89 million units in its lifetime, that means that over a third of all Switch users own one of or both Mario Kart 8 Deluxe or Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

Notably though, are the Switch’s total software sales. The little console has apparently been a huge software seller for Nintendo, with over 632.40 million units of software sold so far. comparatively, the only other Nintendo hardware that has managed to sell as much software is the Wii, with 921.85 million units sold, and the Nintendo DS, with 948.74 million units sold.

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