Looks like Capcom might want to focus a bit more on the Switch in their next fiscal year. In a report for Capcom's Fiscal Year 2019, the company shipped 10 million units of packaged software. PS4 took the bulk of that figure, coming in at 6.5 million. In a surprise, Switch took second place at 1.95 million units shipped. Xbox One came in third with 1.2 million units.
Considering just how close the PS4/XB1 releases are for Capcom makes it pretty shocking to see just how different the numbers shipped are. When you consider how Capcom's output on Switch has mostly been re-releases of old titles, and that shipped figure still managed to beat Xbox One, it's hard to not be impressed.
These figures don't include digital numbers for any platform, so every console will see higher software sales in general. If only we knew the split between Switch and XB1 with those figures!