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    SuperData Research – Animal Crossing: New Horizons sold 5 Million digital units in March, smashing the console record of digital units sold in one month

    It looks like Animal Crossing is continuing to break records! SuperData is reporting that Animal Crossing: New Horizons sold over 5 Million digital copies in March, breaking the record for monthly digital game sales. You can take a look at SuperData’s statement below.

    Animal Crossing: New Horizons sold more digital units in a single month (5.0M) than any console game in history. The Nintendo-published title broke the console record for monthly digital game sales previously held by Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII. Animal Crossing: New Horizons also roughly matched the first-month digital sales of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and Pokémon Sword and Shield put together. The game’s combination of social features and a relaxing setting likely appealed to individuals stuck at home. Closures of brick and mortar stores also meant that a higher share of consumers purchased the game digitally compared to past Switch titles.

    SourceSuperData

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