The NES Classic Edition and Super NES Classic Edition retro consoles have sold over 10 million combined units, and approximately 50 million Amiibo figures have been sold.
According to a newly released Nintendo financial results briefing, “Combined global sales of the NES Classic Edition and the Super NES Classic Edition have now surpassed 10 million units… both continue to sell as must-have products, and the fact that they are so affordable suggests that they will be in even greater demand during the holiday season.”
The phrasing doesn’t give much of a hint on whether or not Nintendo plans on releasing an N64 Classic Edition this year, though it’s possible we could receive news about this in tomorrow morning’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Nintendo Direct, or more likely in the following Nintendo Treehouse: Live Presentation. Rumors about a potential N64 Classic Edition ramped up when Nintendo filed a related trademark earlier this year.