Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Global Total as of 29th Dec 2018 (units): 10.90m
Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Developer: Nintendo EAD Genre: Simulation

Total Units

North America: 2.46m 22.6%
+ Europe: 3.06m 28.0%
+ Japan: 4.90m 44.9%
+ Rest of the World: 0.48m 4.4%
= Global 10.90m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Tobidase Doubutsu no Mori NintendoJapan08th November 2012Retail
Animal Crossing: Jump Out NintendoJapan08th November 2012Retail
Tobidase D┼Źbutsu no Mori NintendoJapan08th November 2012Retail
Tobidase D?butsu no Mori NintendoJapan08th November 2012Retail
Animal Crossing: New Leaf NintendoNorth America09th June 2013Retail
Animal Crossing: New Leaf NintendoEurope14th June 2013Retail

Game Overview

Animal Crossing: New Leaf is a life simulation video game developed by Nintendo EAD exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS.  It is the latest installment in the Animal Crossing series - games in which players live out life in a rural village populated with anthropomorphic animals.

In New Leaf, players will control the mayor of an animal village and contains many new features. Players begin by living in a tent that will eventually be upgraded and expanded. Customization of the character's appearance and furnishings has been enhanced and players may visit each others towns using the Nintendo Wi-Fi connection.

Comments

p0isonparadise (on 09 September 2018)
As of June 30th 2018, New Leaf is now
the best-selling AC game with sales of
11.78 million.
sethnintendo (on 20 November 2017)
11.23m... Less than one million of Wild
World sales. Doesn't look like it will
make it but perhaps the android/ios game
will give New Leaf sales a small boost
while people wait for a Switch version
to drop. It'll be interesting to see
if it can somehow overtake Wild World
sales.
xboxonefan (on 18 November 2017)
7th 3ds 10 million seller
Salnax (on 11 November 2017)
I guess I was pessimistic about this
game.
sethnintendo (on 03 October 2017)
Can't believe it has been since 2013
(NA) since this dropped. It is about
time a true AC is put on the Switch.
They are probably just trying to get a
mobile f2p iOS and Andriod version out
first to draw attraction or launch
around same time. Here is hoping there
is no micro transactions in the Switch
version...
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