According to analysts, 18.5 million Xbox Series X|S consoles have been sold.
Piers Harding-Rolls estimates current-gen console sales for 2022. Ampere Analysis's analyst gives an overview on how much hardware Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo sold by the end of the year.
Microsoft has sold 18.5 million Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles, according to reports recently released. Sony delivered 32.1 million consoles by the end of last year, according to Microsoft.
According to the analyst, the persistent shortage of stock slowed Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, but the Xbox Series S was able to spread more easily due to its increased availability.
Despite price reductions, the Xbox Series S was less appealing than its bigger brother during the Christmas season.
The PS5 is becoming more and more popular in the first half of 2023, although the Series X shortage will remain unresolved.
The analytics company also provided statistics on the three platform operators' share in the gaming market. The following figures were calculated from hardware sales, game content, and subscriptions.
Microsoft 27.3% (previous year: 25.5%) Sony 45% (previous year: 46.3%) Nintendo 27.2% (previous year: 28.2%)
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