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Forums - Sales Discussion - Famitsu Sales: Week 17, 2020 (Apr 20 - Apr 26)

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kenjab said:
RolStoppable said:

Next up is Golden Week which means that Famitsu will most likely take a week off and won't provide their next numbers until two weeks from now.

Fortunately we'll get Nintendo's quarterly report next Thursday to tide us over during the week off.

Indeed. I can update the same spreadsheet, just a different tab.

Switch hardware and software shipments



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Nintendo FY numbers on May 7th

Next Famitsu update on May 14th, will probably combine 2 weeks in one.



FF7R with an amazing hold for a JRPG, which shows that there was for real some stock issues. 1 million retail might be in reach...maybe



Good hold for FF7R.



JEEZ that AC drop



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New Horizons is going to be the first game with 4M sold at retail since Pokemon X/Y in 2013

Also the first home console game to reach that number since New Super Mario Bros Wii in 2010.

The sky is the limit for that game.



Good hold for everything, very surprising. But, we live in a strange world now after all.



These AC holds



AC i-
I also thought the game would be front loaded considering the pandemic and the enormous sales but not it's literally insane. It will come close to pokemon R/G



Marth said:
New Horizons is going to be the first game with 4M sold at retail since Pokemon X/Y in 2013

Also the first home console game to reach that number since New Super Mario Bros Wii in 2010.

The sky is the limit for that game.

When over 40% of the weekly hw sales for Switch are for a dedicated handheld lite sku you can't really compare the two since AC is not a "home console" game. It's not a 1:1 apple comparison.