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polofresco said:

The numbers of all the weeks were not available in that website, nor numbers for 2013 and 2014.

For example, the first week of the year, is the Three Wise Men festivity when the sales of consoles skyrockect and I can't find the numbers.

Also last year in the week of Black Friday were sold about 100,000 consoles in Spain.

This are the numbers available:

PS4 NS XONE
1 x x x
2 x x x
3 x x x
4 x x x
5 x x x
6 x x x
7 3600 2900 450
8 x x x
9 3700 2500 350
10 2900 3200 390
11 3050 2650 550
12 3150 2900 600
13 2500 3000 1500
14 3900 3000 1200
15 4200 3400 400
16 3500 4600 400
17 4000 4500 550
Total 34500 32650 6390

If I can manage to get all the numbers, I'll post them 

With seven weeks of 2019 data missing, you shouldn't label the confirmed minimum totals for the consoles as YTD in your original post. That just leads to confusion.

Regarding outlawauron's question about the LTD numbers you posted despite no data being available for the years 2013 and 2014, I think the likely answer is that there was a public announcement of the LTD numbers through the end of 2018 earlier this year. That's why it's possible to know the grand total without having all the individual data.



Legend11 correctly predicted that GTA IV (360+PS3) would outsell SSBB. I was wrong.

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