Period: February 3 – February 9, 2020
- Top-seller: Granblue Fantasy Versus – 86,248 (PS4)
- Nintendo Switch: 79,352 (Total: 10,833,689)
- Nintendo Switch Lite: 21,609 (1,291,198)
- New Nintendo 2DS LL: 524 (1,697,341)
- New Nintendo 3DS LL: 56 (5,886,332)
- PlayStation 4: 4,379 (7,301,629)
- PlayStation 4 Pro: 2,628 (1,438,161)
- Xbox One X: 24 (18,915)
- Xbox One S: 42 (92,812)
Famitsu shared the latest video game software and hardware sales figures from the week of February 3 to February 9, 2020 with a debut from Granblue Fantasy Versus.
The #1 seller is Granblue Fantasy Versus with an estimate of 86,248 in sales for its opening week. That’s one of the higher debuts for a fighting game. The Arc System Works-developed Dragon Ball FighterZ saw a debut of about 68,000 in its first week in Japan back in January 2018. Last week’s champ Ring Fit Adventure charted at #2 with 23,149 units sold for Switch. And of course, Pokemon Sword & Shield at #3 with 23,114 units
In hardware sales, the Nintendo Switch sold 79,352 units plus an extra 21,609 Switch Lites to put it at a whopping 100,961 units sold in the week for the Switch family of consoles. Next, the PlayStation 4 sold 4,379 units plus an additional 2,628 units of PS4 Pros for a total of 7,007 units sold in the week.
|Lw||Tw||Title||Weekly Sales||Total Sales||Sys||Publisher|
|New||01.||Granblue Fantasy Versus||86,248||New||PS4||Cygames|
|01.||02.||Ring Fit Adventure||23,149||675,906||Switch||Nintendo|
|02.||03.||Pokemon Sword & Shield||23,114||3,402,851||Switch||Pokemon Company|
|03.||04.||Yakuza: Like a Dragon||10,589||228,459||PS4||Sega|
|05.||05.||Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training for Nintendo Switch||9,650||142,181||Switch||Nintendo|
|06.||06.||Super Smash Bros. Ultimate||9,336||3,552,657||Switch||Nintendo|
|08.||08.||Mario Kart 8 Deluxe||8,911||2,765,403||Switch||Nintendo|
|04.||09.||Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot||7,860||136,932||Switch||Bandai Namco|
|09.||10.||Super Mario Party||6,132||1,336,277||Switch||Nintendo|
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