Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda: Breath of a Wild has strictly turn Japan’s best-selling 3D complement in a princely action-adventure franchise.
Know what that means? Yep, it’s now outsold The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, that adult until recently hold a climax as a biggest 3D Zelda diversion in Japan. It’s been a while though, as OOT has confirmed that position for twenty years. Blimey.
New total by Media Create (via Resetera) confirm that Breath of a Wild has flogged over 1.25 million units on Switch and Wii U. Impressive stuff, yet even so it’s usually just managed to kick Ocarina of Time.
Of course, Link’s open-world journey is usually a best-selling 3D Zelda if you don’t take into care a several ports and remasters doing a rounds. With that in mind, Ocarina of Time is still tip dog.
Breath of a Wild’s worldwide sales have surpassed 10 million, creation it one of a best-selling Switch games to date.
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Ninty recently updated the central timeline for The Legend of Zelda to accommodate Link’s latest adventure.