Super Mario Odyssey has eclipsed 1 million physical sales in Japan since it launched on October 27, while Nintendo Switch is on the verge of reaching 3 million units.
According to data from Famitsu - translated by Gematsu - Super Mario Odyssey game has now sold 1,055,806 units in Japan. The total would be higher when combined with digital, of course, though the Switch audience has displayed a preference for physical products in the UK.
Super Mario Odyssey sold two million units within three days of its launch, becoming the fastest selling Mario game ever in both the US and Europe. At around the same time, the game had sold 500,000 units in Japan.
Famitsu's data puts Switch sales at 2,988,399 million units in Japan, with 230,000 units sold last week alone. Based on that trajectory, the console is likely to have passed 3 million sales at the time of writing.