Super Smash Bros. Ultimate earns title of best-selling fighting game in history

The title was recently held by Street Fighter II, which sold 15.5 million units in the wake of discharging seven exceptional variants since its unique dispatch in 1991. Super Smash Bros. Extreme, be that as it may, didn’t invest a lot of energy in pursuing down the record,

Super Smash Bros. Extreme holds the differentiation as the quickest selling Nintendo round ever, with 12.08 million units sold in only three weeks after its discharge on December 7 a year ago. As indicated by Nintendo’s half-year money related report, that number remained at 15.71 million duplicates by September 30, which implies that it took not exactly a year to outperform Street Fighter II.

Super Smash Bros. Extreme has surpassed Super Mario Odyssey, with 15.38 million duplicates sold, and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, with 14.54 million duplicates sold, to turn into the subsequent top of the line game for the Nintendo Switch. The battling game, be that as it may, is route behind Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, which has sold 19.01 million duplicates as the top rated title on the support.

The presentation of its most recent section likewise bonds the status of Super Smash Bros. as the most mainstream battling game arrangement ever, with offers of 53.03 million duplicates crosswise over two decades. In examination, absolute deals for Tekken, Dragon Ball, Street Fighter, and Mortal Kombat are all between 45 million to 47 million.


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