The Nintendo Switch was the best-selling console with 542,735 units sold for the week ending December 31, 2022, according to VGChartz estimates. The Switch has now sold an estimated 121.00 million units lifetime.
The PlayStation 5 sold an estimated 382,561 units to bring its lifetime sales to 30.63 million units. The Xbox Series X|S sold 211,634 units to bring their lifetime sales to 20.36 million units.
The gap is growing in favor of PlayStation 5 over Series X/S. People can only go so long without having any decent games to play before they become uninterested. And with so much uncertainty surrounding their first party games, their inability to mange the studios they have, the layoffs, an incoming price increase, and it’s clear Microsoft is in trouble here once again.
This year will say a lot, Ms has great yr planned if everything lands as promised and lives up to potential.
If Ms is still losing ground by yrs end after big exclusives on top of some very good 3rd party day on gp additions then I don't know what will make them catch up.
They are lucky they have so much cash 1 and 2 that they are an American brand.
If xbox was made by any other nation it would be dead by now, but Americans are fiercely patriotic to a flaw and would rather buy something American even if there is something better on the market.
It's the only thing that makes sense considering, Ms rrod, lack of games and xone.
The rest of the world Sony's leads and in America its tight as.
Bet ur bottom dollar if playstation was American and xbox japanese playstation would be blowing xbox out the atmosphere even more than it already is.
Ms need to come back strong this yr and then keep up momentum and pray the acti deal go through
10M Gap! Woot! No coming back from that.
There's no stopping PlayStation now, with the shortage issues sorted and more games rolling out.
Supply problems ending and sales growing. Really easy to see. It increased 36% from last year and that says a lot.