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yvanjean said:

It's stats not logic :) They will live since I don't see how Xbox one could ever catch up to PS4 global Hardware numbers. 

You must be new here, cause you should have seen the meltdown last year when Assassin’s Creed: Unity, the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and some other multi plat I can't remember right now, but the Xbox One had a better and more consistent frame rate on the Xbox One vs the Ps4.  Even IGN like it better.

Some just hate anything that shows the Sony struggling.  I’d feel bad for them if they weren’t so obnoxious.





 

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Well updated the best I could using NPD and VGchart estimate.

Edit: No accurate numbers for September but base on NPD estimate big step back for Xbox One.



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yvanjean said:

Well updated the best I could using NPD and VGchart estimate.

Edit: No accurate numbers for September but base on NPD estimate big step back for Xbox One.

That doesn't look too good. Hopefully with Halo 5 October will offset September's losses



Drop under 500k year on year....



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Expect huge change in the month of October. Halo 5 should change Microsoft fortune.



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Wow only 235,000 Xbox one sold on the Halo 5 week....That's awful. Just goes to show that Microsoft needed to match Sony's price cut. The PS4 is just the most popular hardware and software doesn't matter especially when you know that Sony's pipeline is going to bring some great games in the future.

This holiday was Microsoft only chance to gain some ground and seem like Sony is going to win without really having to do much. The PS4 price cut will turn out to be the dagger in the back for Microsoft.



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yvanjean said:
Wow only 235,000 Xbox one sold on the Halo 5 week....That's awful. Just goes to show that Microsoft needed to match Sony's price cut. The PS4 is just the most popular hardware and software doesn't matter especially when you know that Sony's pipeline is going to bring some great games in the future.

This holiday was Microsoft only chance to gain some ground and seem like Sony is going to win without really having to do much. The PS4 price cut will turn out to be the dagger in the back for Microsoft.


The Halo 5 limited edition console was released the week before.



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Xbox one as of Nov 14th - 416,182

PS4 as of Nov 14th - 409,092

Seem like both PS4 and Xbox One have lost momentum in Q3 & Q4. The Halo 5 release and PS4 price cut gave each console a one week boost but number are down compare to last year in Q4 so far. Doesn't look good for either consoles having a better black friday then last year.

PS4 YEAR on YEAR
Weeks 2014 2015 Difference Cumulative  
1 276,842 409,626 132,784 132,784  
2 207,086 199,544 -7,542 125,242  
3 179,696 161,507 -18,189 107,053  
4 171,620 148,600 -23,020 84,033  
5 181,849 165,486 -16,363 67,670  
6 167,917 182,217 14,300 81,970  
7 164,459 207,300 42,841 124,811  
8 469,290 268,384 -200,906 -76,095  
9 185,910 283,275 97,365 21,270  
10 143,900 243,440 99,540 120,810  
11 156,166 233,265 77,099 197,909  
12 236,821 302,232 65,411 263,320  
13 198,321 308,416 110,095 373,415  
14 182,875 247,913 65,038 438,453  
15 155,664 202,004 46,340 484,793  
16 158,096 180,694 22,598 507,391  
17 141,809 174,051 32,242 539,633  
18 135,672 159,383 23,711 563,344 May-02-15
19 142,030 149,533 7,503 570,847  
20 133,082 140,338 7,256 578,103  
21 131,145 169,950 38,805 616,908  May-30-15
22 201,084 146,017 -55,067 561,841  
23 159,565 154,134 -5,431 556,410  
24 152,350 163,616 11,266 567,676  
25 147,965 328,266 180,301 747,977  Jun-27-15
26 148,654 226,057 77,403 825,380  
27 146,618 175,635 29,017 854,397  
28 141,713 172,703 30,990 885,387  
29 137,601 154,607 17,006 902,393  
30 130,074 157,629 27,555 929,948  Aug-1-15
31 197,762 150,933 -46,829 883,119  
32 146,428 155,454 9,026 892,145  
33 144,449 157,385 12,936 905,081  
34 148,911 179,871 30,960 936,041  Aug-29-15
35 165,404 284,777 119,373 1,055,414  
36 156,344 198,383 42,039 1,097,453  
37 602,462 207,742 -394,720 702,733  
38 282,636 259,904 -22,732 680,001  
39 469,847 247,048 -222,799 457,202  Oct-3-15
40 316,427 242,003 -74,424 382,778  
41 290,742 212,939 -77,803 304,975  
42 262,003 245,214 -16,789 288,186  
43 256,664 251,094 -5,570 282,616  Oct-31-15
44 271,233 414,444 143,211 425,827  
45 431,487 414,752 -16,735 409,092  Nov-14-15
46 400,077        
47 507,742        
48 970,245        
49 642,190        
50 674,992        
51 714,151        
52 727,479        


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Well this thread as come to an end. 2015 was officially a better year for Xbox One when compared to 2014. They manage to sell 600k units more then they did in 2014. In the end Xbox One failed to generate more interest then last year in September, October and November. Microsoft may of won October NDP but Sony destroyed Xbox one this holiday with the Price cut back in October.



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yvanjean said:
Well this thread as come to an end. 2015 was officially a better year for Xbox One when compared to 2014. They manage to sell 600k units more then they did in 2014. In the end Xbox One failed to generate more interest then last year in September, October and November. Microsoft may of won October NDP but Sony destroyed Xbox one this holiday with the Price cut back in October.

Will you be doing a 2015 vs 2016 thread or anything like that?