It’s that time of the month again, which means that the NPD released its data about the U.S. gaming market related to November 2019.
Once more analyst Mat Piscatella delivers the news, and the Nintendo Switch is once more the best-selling console in the united states, and remains the best -selling of the year.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is still the top-selling game for the month, retaining the lear year-to date and taking the lead in the latest rolling 12 months.
Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order ranked second for November and achieved the second-highest launch month dollar sales for a Star Wars game following DICE’s first Star Wars Battlefront. It also set the record for launch month dollar sales for Respawn Entertainment.
Pokemon Sword & Shield ranked third, fourth, and fifth with its three SKUs, setting the launch month dollar sales record for the whole history of the franchise.
Incidentally, if you combined the three SKUs, it would actually rank second, beating Star Wars; Jedi Fallen Order.
Below you can check out all the relevant tables, including breakdowns by platforms.
You can watch Piscatella’s full video presentation below. If you’d like to compare, you can also check out the result from last month, related to October 2019.

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