Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom sales pass 18m units, as Nintendo celebrates record quarter

Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom sales pass 18m units, as Nintendo celebrates record quarter

Nintendo has had a record quarter, largely thanks to Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom which has sold 18.51m units as of 30th June.

That is more than half of Breath of the Wild’s sales thus far, with the Tears of the Kingdom predecessor now sitting at 30.65m copies sold.

Nintendo shared these latest figures as part of its Quarterly Results. Here, the company stated its most recent Zelda release constituted “approximately half” of the first party software sold this fiscal year.

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