I didn't see any formal thread for March NPD so I decided to make one. Unfortunately I can't make it as fancy as Boutros usually does but I hope some raw hardware numbers suffice for now. I will update the thread as info comes in.
Wii U: 82K
(March 2nd - April 5th) VGC numbers:
X1 - 346,152
PS4 - 306,050
3DS - 156,283
360 - 74,995
Wii U - 73,761
PS3 - 57,219
Vita - 28,020
March NPD numbers:
PS4 - 371k
XBO - 311k
3DS - 159k
360 - 111k
WiiU - 70k
PS3 - 67k
Wii - 28k
Vita - ~10k
PSP - 5k
TitanFall> 1 million (X1 version/ no PC)
Infamous: Second Son ّ<500k
South Park: SoT< 440k, 360 55%
Dark Souls 2<350k PS3 ~51%
MGSV: GZ =278k, PS4 ~ 54%, XBO ~ 20% (both combined 204k), PS3 ~ 19%
FFXHD - 260k (208k PS3, 52k Vita)
Yoshi's New Island <160k
GTA V ~150K
Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze - 84K (highest selling Wii U game this month)
Total PS4 software = 6.78M
Total XBO software = 7.48M
- Xbox One continues selling at a strong pace with 311,000 units sold in the U.S. in the month of March, surpassing Xbox 360 sales by more than 60 percent at the same point in time.
- Xbox 360 continues to grow its install base with 111,000 units sold in March in the U.S., more than any other seventh generation console.
- Xbox One continues to see impressive software sales with an average of 2.9 games sold per console.
- With Xbox One and Xbox 360 combined, the Xbox platform sold the most games across all console platforms with 4.1 million games sold. Xbox One sold 1.4 million games in March and Xbox 360 sold 2.7 million, totaling 49 percent of the total software market share (Xbox 360 and Xbox One combined).
- During the month of March, Xbox One and Xbox 360 games in the top 10 title lists were as follows:
- Xbox One held four top titles in the generation eight top 10 console game title list in the U.S. including: “Plans vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare,” “Call of Duty: Ghosts,” “Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes,” “ Titanfall.”
- Xbox 360 held six top titles in the generation seven top 10 console game title list in the U.S. include: “Minecraft,” “Dark Souls II,” “The Lego Movie Video Game,” “Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare,” “Call of Duty: Ghosts,” “South Park: The Stick of Truth.”