That's great to hear!
Makes me wonder though: What did Xbox do differently compared to the Xbox One? I mean, in terms of games(first party), it has no new 9th gen exclusive games(thought to be honest, the launch games of the One were mediocre at best).
It certainly is a better hardware compared to the XOne, backwards compatibility is a really nice feature, and MS didn't screw up the marketing this time. But is it enough to make the Series already having sold something around 30% of what the XOne did lifetime in Japan?
I'd say it's less "they did something right" and more "Sony did something wrong". In between being the smaller control, Game Pass for a gen where games are going to be upwards of $70, lack of PS5 stock and increasing amount of multiplatform JP games, it seems they are going to fare better as a whole. Also, scarcity creates demand where there was none as well.
Also, am I the only one who think if a developer should get Perfect Dark reboot, it should be Remedy?