Super NES Classic Edition sales top four million

Two million additional units moved since last report.

Super NES Classic Edition

Total sales for the Super NES Classic Edition have exceeded four million units, Nintendo announced during its financial results briefing for the fiscal year ending March 2018.

Super NES Classic Edition sales were last reported in October 2017 as two million, meaning it has since moved an additional two million units.

The plug-and-play system was released in late September in North America and Europe, and in Japan in early October. In Europe, it is known as the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System, and in Japan it is called the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Famicom.

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