Oricon has released data regarding the most sold light novels of the year, demonstrating that the popularity of one MMORPG-centric series is not deep-seated...

Oricon has released data regarding the most sold light novels of the year, demonstrating that the popularity of one MMORPG-centric series is not deep-seated in its anime adaptation (though some will no doubt be tired of seeing it regardless).

The ranking:



1. Sword Art Online (1,173,096 copies sold)

2. KonoSuba (960,418 copies sold)

3. Re:Zero (925,671 copies sold)

4. Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei (809,636 copies sold)

5. Youkoso Jitsuryoku Shijou Shugi no Kyoushitsu e (564,642 copies sold)

6. Kimi no Na wa (Novelization) (501,026 copies sold)

7. Ero-Manga Sensei (489,916 copies sold)

8. Roku de Nashi Majutsu Koushi to Akashic Record (443,995 copies sold)

9. Overlord (426,706 copies sold)

10. Youjo Senki (417,897 copies sold)