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Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Sells an Estimated 215,000 Units First Week at Retail

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Sells an Estimated 215,000 Units First Week at Retail - Sales

by William D'Angelo , posted on 18 October 2017 / 8,887 Views

The  turn-based tactical RPG from Ubisoft - Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle - sold 215,349 units first week at retail, according to our estimates. First week sales can be viewed on the VGChartz Global Weekly Chart for the week ending September 2.


Breaking down the sales by region, the game sold best in Europe with 144,887 units sold (67%), compared to 50,697 units sold in the US (24%). Looking more closely at Europe, the game sold an estimated 22,114 units in the UK, 32,984 units in Germany, and 44,824 units in France.

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle released for the Nintendo Switch in North America and Europe on August 29.

A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials. You can contact the author at or on Twitter @TrunksWD.

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Jranation (on 18 October 2017)

You should check the US and EU thread..... lots of people are doubting your numbers. But we will find out soon enough

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Peach_buggy (on 18 October 2017)

I wouldn't even bother posting an article about this. Those NA numbers are WAY off!

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gtotheunit91 Peach_buggy (on 18 October 2017)

What are the real NA numbers at?

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Flilix Peach_buggy (on 18 October 2017)

We don't have the real numbers yet.

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Peach_buggy Peach_buggy (on 19 October 2017)

My guess would be at least 100k more!

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AngryLittleAlchemist (on 18 October 2017)

This .... this can't be right!

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curl-6 (on 18 October 2017)

No way this sold x3 more in Europe than in the US.

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Pachofilauri (on 19 October 2017)

I contacted ubisoft about this and they gave this answer:
I don't have the internal information but wait for official confirmation as VG Charts uses estimations. Please don't worry the game did fine :) "

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Miguel_Zorro (on 18 October 2017)

I can't tell from the comments if people are happy about these sales or disappointed about these sales.

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Sunstrider Miguel_Zorro (on 18 October 2017)

Let's just say, people are confused atm.

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Jranation Miguel_Zorro (on 19 October 2017)

We are disappointed with VGChartz tracking skills

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dark_gh0st_b0y Miguel_Zorro (on 19 October 2017)

I expected less, even with Mario on the cover it's still a 3rd party game on a small user-base

good that people appreciate the game already, and it probably will do great in the long term as well

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Flilix Miguel_Zorro (on 19 October 2017)

Happy about European sales, disappointed about US sales.

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poroporo (on 18 October 2017)

That's not good? Umm.. I've played about 2 hours so far, and I love the game.

Too bad.

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routsounmanman (on 19 October 2017)

Unless the Rabbids have THAT of a detrimental effect, a Mario game selling that low is bound to be inaccurate. Especially these NA numbers.

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Chrizum routsounmanman (on 19 October 2017)

This is not a Mario game...

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Mar1217 (on 18 October 2017)

Impossible, it sold 150k copies in 2 weeks in France alone. I'll doubt these numbers until we have official one's form Ubisoft.

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Flilix Mar1217 (on 19 October 2017)

These numbers were fake. A French magazine wrote an article about the game, the magazine sold 150k, and someone on Twitter thought these numbers were about the sales of the game.

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Mar1217 Mar1217 (on 19 October 2017)

Hmm ... ok. I mean, it would make actual sense as to why it would have sold so much there :P

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animegaming (on 18 October 2017)

Are you guy's sure you don't have the EU and US numbers flipped by accident?

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eyezofnight (on 18 October 2017)


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efaefsdfasd (on 19 October 2017)

better sales than uncharted 4 niiiiiiice

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Paatar (on 19 October 2017)

The game didn't catch on with everyone until after release. I am doubting it only did that much in the US, but the overall seems correct. I'd say take away 20k from EU and give it to the US.

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PEEPer0nni (on 18 October 2017)
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