Minecraft Dungeons Takes Animal Crossing’s Top Spot On Nintendo eShop

Minecraft Dungeons

Whether you were buying in to some designer clothes or getting home decorating advice from Queer Eye’s Bobby Berk, Animal Crossing: New Horizons blew up as the best selling game on the Nintendo Switch for a couple months running. It rose as news and infection rates of COVID-19 started spreading rapidly and solidified itself as an area of solace for many. Now, its reign as number one is over and Minecraft Dungeons takes its place.

Viewable from the Nintendo Switch eShop, Twitter user Benji-Sales has a convenient screenshot of what the store looks like right now (can confirm). While Animal Crossing: New Horizons still maintains within the top three best sellers, Minecraft Dungeons has gone ahead and taken first place in the United States. At $19.99 (USD) comparable to the aforementioned game’s $59.99 price point – that’s hard to beat too! Check it out below:

Mojang Studios (formerly Mojang) has two games on the best sellers list on the Nintendo Switch! True to their newly minted logo and name, the team is continuously trying to reinvent what it means to entertain and have fun. With a movie on the way, live shows, and a slew of games still under development – there’s plenty more to see from the studio in the coming years.

Minecraft Dungeons is available now on PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Xbox Game Pass.

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Hoi is an elusive figure at DFTG, whose favorite past-times include chillin' in the Fade, reading manga, watching anime, collecting novelty items, and gaming.

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