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Hardware Chart 22nd June 2019

Platform N. America Europe Japan Global
74,566 59,706 30,118 198,180
46,354 70,277 15,253 157,490
30,173 11,817 338 48,650
9,438 6,189 2,579 19,617
N/A N/A 114 114


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Not bad. 300K next week ?

The total FY2019 projection is becoming more and more realistic (or less and less unrealistic...)



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I admit, with such a long stretch without any big games, I thought they'd be a couple weeks in May and June where Switch lost the top spot.

Now Mario Maker's here, and with the stacked lineup for the rest of the year, PS4 will need a price cut to score any weeks at #1.

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Even these threads are dying. Where is the wow PS4 is still doing great considering it's age, Switch is killing it, Xbox is doomed crowds? This is going to be a long year and half wait for the next gen.



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The gap between Switch and PS4 widens.

XBO getting dangerously close to Wii U weekly sales numbers. At least it's starting to outsell the Vita in Japan now...



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Also, Switch back to outselling Xbone by 4:1.

Next week it could be 6:1.



Super Mario Maker 2 will come out with the next update and it already led to a near 30k increase for the Switch in Japan. I can only imagine what it has managed to do in the West. The Switch should be somewhere within the 250-300k range and easily outsell the PS4 and Xbox One combined next week. Meanwhile, the PS4 continues to show its age and the Xbox One... Press F to pay respect.



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curl-6 said:

I admit, with such a long stretch without any big games, I thought they'd be a couple weeks in May and June where Switch lost the top spot.

Now Mario Maker's here, and with the stacked lineup for the rest of the year, PS4 will need a price cut to score any weeks at #1.

  1. Why would switch lose the top spot when the other consoles also aren't getting any big game releases.
  2. I think it's fair to say that there s no way (as it should be expected) that in its 6th year the PS4 should be outselling the switch at $299. Yes, it needs a price drop. That it's even still keeping the gap respectable is an achievement.
  3. And why is everyone forgetting that the PS4/XB1 are currently almost years old? If you guys really want to compare sales... compare them to those consoles 3rd years on the market.


Intrinsic said:
curl-6 said:

I admit, with such a long stretch without any big games, I thought they'd be a couple weeks in May and June where Switch lost the top spot.

Now Mario Maker's here, and with the stacked lineup for the rest of the year, PS4 will need a price cut to score any weeks at #1.

  1. Why would switch lose the top spot when the other consoles also aren't getting any big game releases.
  2. I think it's fair to say that there s no way (as it should be expected) that in its 6th year the PS4 should be outselling the switch at $299. Yes, it needs a price drop. That it's even still keeping the gap respectable is an achievement.
  3. And why is everyone forgetting that the PS4/XB1 are currently almost years old? If you guys really want to compare sales... compare them to those consoles 3rd years on the market.

Because PS4 gets big games more regularly than Switch does, basically. Between Smash and Mario Maker 2, a gap of nearly 7 month, Switch had no system-selling games. Hence I thought it'd momentum would suffer more than it has.