I don't understand how the ranking system works over there or how you can deduce certain numbers through having other constants (such as the ps4/switch figures for that month) but is it reasonable to assume we're somewhere in the ballpark for ~120k +/-10% for X1?
I would analyse the sum and distribution.
560k total for 1st
590k for 2nd
official is 222+217+x = 439+x
so let's say on this X could be 121k to 151k
on the individual
220k vs 222k -> 1% error 225k vs 217k -> 3,7% so X1 with 5% to 10% margin of error -> 103,5- 109k to 121k-126,5k... but should converge to 115k
243k vs 222k -> 9,5% error 219k vs 217k -> 1% and X1 with 2% to 5% margin (to have a similar sum of errors) -> 121,5-125,5k to 130,5-134,5k
222:217:x to have something like 1,91 on Switch would mean -> 116k -> 1,91:1,87:1
to have something like 1,7 on PS4 would mean -> 127k-> 1,75:1,7:1
When putting the 3 scenarios for choosing the ranking I would say the best guess is 115-125k for X1. Which is a 27-33% drop YOY.
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