Fire Emblem Engage Sells An Impressive 1.61 Million Copies Worldwide

Still, nowhere near the sales of Nintendo's other first-party titles.

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  • According to Nintendo’s latest fiscal year report, Fire Emblem Engage sold 1.61 million copies globally by March 31, 2023.
  • In terms of sales, the game has surpassed its predecessors like, Fire Emblem Awakening, and Fire Emblem Fates.
  • Unfortunately, it fell short of the record-breaking success of Fire Emblem: Three Houses, which sold over 4.12 million copies, making it the best-selling game in the series.

In Nintendo’s latest fiscal year report, the latest installment of the beloved Fire Emblem series, Fire Emblem Engage, has sold a staggering 1.61 million copies globally by March 31, 2023. Since its launch on January 20, 2023, the game has received praise from fans and critics alike, making it a new solid entry into the franchise. 

The latest report highlights the success of Nintendo's first-party titles
The latest report highlights the success of Nintendo’s first-party titles

Compared to its predecessors, Fire Emblem Engage has demonstrated a strong performance in terms of sales. In particular, it has surpassed the sales of Fire Emblem Awakening, which sold 1.33 million copies, and Fire Emblem Fates, which sold 1.52 million copies. However, it didn’t come close to the best-selling game in the series, Fire Emblem: Three Houses, which sold over 4.12 million copies.

Nonetheless, Fire Emblem Engage has achieved remarkable sales, surpassing its predecessors. Perhaps, one day, the title may come close to the sales of Fire Emblem: Three Houses, but only time will tell. Also, the latest entry did well in maintaining consistency with the franchise’s good track record with its fans.


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In order news, titles like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, have sold a spectacular 53.79 and 22.10 million copies respectively, according to the fiscal year report. These sales solidify the power of Nintendo’s first-party titles and prove that the company can stand on its own despite the low-quality third-party support.

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