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0D0 said:
zorg1000 said:

Division was an example.

PS4 release schedule

January 18-Ace Combat 7

January 25-Resident Evil 2

January 29-Kingdom Hearts

February 4-Apex Legends

February 15-Jump Force

February 15-Far Cry: New Dawn

February 15-Metro Exodus

February 22-Anthem

March 8-Devil May Cry 5

March 15-The Division 2

Switch release schedule

January 11-New Super Mario Bros. Deluxe

If Switch has sold on par/better than PS4 in a time where it's going through a bit of a dry spell versus PS4 getting notable releases nearly every week than the gap will be pretty notable later this year.

Disregarding the sales topic, your post sums up why I've got a PS4 and no Switch.

So many different games to play on my PS4 <3. While Switch has yet another old Mario 2D.

Well it's a bit of a slow period for Switch, I wouldnt really consider the first 2.5 months of 2019 to be indicative of the overall Switch library or release schedule. I also didnt include smaller scale titles which is something Switch gets in abundance.

All consoles go through a slow period, PS4 is usually in the summer while this year and last year it has been late Winter/early Spring for Switch.

When the herd loses its way, the shepard must kill the bull that leads them astray.