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Farsala said:
I am guessing we won't get numbers except XB1 and PS4 > 580k.

An interesting note which wasn't talked about much

“Sony’s PlayStation 4 led all hardware platforms in consumer spend during September 2017, while Nintendo Switch sold the most units amongst the current generation consoles,” said Piscatella. “SNES Classic was the overall top unit selling hardware platform in the period.”

That tells me that PS4 was extremely close again to the Switch since the ASP of the PS4 couldn't be much more then the Switch due to its leading SKU being less, only the PS Pro boosts it a little bit. And of course Destiny 2 being the biggest game of the year certainly helped HW sales.

Anyone got recent ASPs for these consoles?

donny2112 published the prediction rankings on ResetEra. And Welfare managed to narrow down the sales ranges for the PS4, XB1, and Switch:

PS4 = 300K - 310K
XB1 = 170K - 180K
Switch ≥ 308K