Since the release, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate  broken discs around the world. In Australia and New Zealand, it's no different. The company's biggest crossover in history has now officially been the fastest-selling home console Nintendo released in the two countries – exceeds existing sales sales of titles like Zelda Legends: Breath of the Wild and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe .
According to Nintendo Australia, Ultimate's sales over the first three days were locally 80 percent higher than Super Mario Odyssey which has continued selling more than 1
Here's what Nintendo Australia's CEO Kamon Yoshimura had to say about Ultima's milestone:
"We're thrilled that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is now both the fastest-selling games in the series and our fastest-selling home console game in Australia and New Zealand Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is the biggest Super Smash Bros ever and we look forward to bringing exciting experiences to players in 2019 with new games in Animal Crossing and the Pokémon series, along with Yoshi's World of Design , Fire Emblem: Three Houses, and more. "
This success follows strong sales in the US, Europe and Japan. In launch week Ultimate sold 1.2 million copies in Japan. In the United States, the game has already changed 3 million copies, and throughout Europe it has become the fastest-selling Nintendo game on a full-time basis.
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