Nintendo has revealed the lifetime sales of the Nintendo Switch have passed 50 million units as part of its final financial earnings report for 2019.
The reports said that as of Dec. 31, the Nintendo Switch had sold 52.48 million units worldwide since it was released in March 2017. The original Switch model was responsible for 47.3 million of those units while the Switch Lite made up for 5.19 million units.
Passing 50 million units means the Switch has now beaten the lifetime sales of the Super Nintendo, which sold 49.10 million units.
The Switch’s success was reflected in its library of games that has surpassed the Wii U’s library of games. At the top is Mario Kart 8 Deluxe which has sold 22.96 million units, followed by Super Smash Bros. Ultimate with 17.68 million units, Super Mario Odyssey with 16.59 million units, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild with 16.34 million units, and Pokemon: Sword and Pokemon: Shield have also sold 16.06 million units since releasing in November of 2019.