Nintendo’s Mario Strikers Switch has been a massive success in Europe, and it appears that the majority of the game’s sales have come from just one country. According to new data released by Nintendo, 40 percent of Europe’s total Mario Strikers Switch sales have come from Italy.
Sales Success in Italy
Mario Strikers Switch has proven to be immensely popular in Italy, with the game selling more than 1.7 million copies since its launch in 2018. This represents an incredible 40 percent of all Mario Strikers Switch sales in Europe, and about 5 percent of all Mario Strikers Switch sales worldwide. This is a remarkable achievement for the Nintendo title, especially considering the sheer size and variety of titles available on the Nintendo console.
The success of Mario Strikers Switch can be attributed to several factors, including support from Nintendo-focused media outlets and fans alike. Additionally, Italy’s proximity to Japan may have contributed significantly to its success. Since many Nintendo products are developed and released first in Japan before making their way to other countries, Italian gamers may have had an easier time picking up on new releases than those living elsewhere in Europe.
Future Sales Predictions
Based on these recent figures it appears that Mario Strikers Switch is likely to remain one of the best-selling titles on the Nintendo console for some time to come. It’s also possible that its success could rub off on other similar titles released by Nintendo in the future.
It remains unclear if this trend will continue for other first-party Nintendo games released within Europe or if its popularity is simply due to unique circumstances surrounding Mario StrikersSwitch itself. However, if it does continue then we can expect