Microsoft forecast: Xbox 360 to ship 15 million units by mid-2007

Microsoft Thursday forecast its Xbox 360 game console sales could total 15 million by the end of its fiscal 2007, which ends June 30 of next year.

The company expects to have shipped more than 10 million consoles by the end of this year. By the end of June 2007, the company expects its sales to total between 13 million and 15 million units since the launch. Its forecast for its fiscal 2007 is to ship between 8 million and 10 million Xbox 360s.

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DC RID3R5414d ago

do wot it do, make it work for ya chea!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jay da 2KBalla5414d ago (Edited 5414d ago )

dis is very good

ChaosKnight5414d ago (Edited 5414d ago )

Yes It is defintly possible that they'll get 15 million by mid-2007, that sounds about right the way they're going. But i still think near spring they'll reduce the price (that'd be best) and then sales will increase even more

JIN KAZAMA5414d ago

But you ahve to realise, they are the only ones out. It cant be a knockout, when the fight hasnt started. The only knockouts that have been made is when Sony entered the ring and has a perfect rercord for the past 11 years people. So, its good that MS sold that many, but why wouldnt they, when they are the only new console out there right now.

frostbite065414d ago

They wouldnt have if sony told us the ps3 was only $400 and had shown us some stuff that would blow the 360 away......but they didnt :)


whose fault is it that Sony didn't launch in spring 2006?

JIN KAZAMA5414d ago

doesnt mean that 360 has knocked out the PS3 does it. We can only tell who wins, when both consoles are out and which one is selling faster. Great job for teh 360, but its going to sell because thats the only new console out right now, wait until the Wii and Ps3 come out, that will definately slow the sales of the 360. Same goes for Sony or nintendo, if they were the only ones out right now, when the others come out, it would slow the sales of the PS3 and Wii.