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It's looking like weekly sales for the PS4 and Xbox One will end up being bigger this year during March-May than October-December which makes sense considering the circumstances but still is funny due to how unusual it is. After the covid boost some expected both systems to not be down that much YoY but the PS4 will be down around 40% and the Xbox One around 45% so all that happened really is a lot of PS4 and Xbox One sales got moved from the second half of the year to the first thanks to covid resulting in a normal drop due to successors launching but really weird distribution of said drop. Also the Xbox Series X|S and PS4 battle going on is enjoyable to see.

Jranation said:
trunkswd said:

PS4 might top Xbox Series X|S next week (week ending Dec 12). From the little bit of data we have PS5 and Xbox Series X|S supply is a bit more limited. At this point, just about every console shipped gets sold in a matter of minutes or hours. 

I expected MS to stop producing the Xbox One and its other versions for more Series S/X.

That's mostly happened so far, the only version still being produced is the One S but that should get discontinued next year since interest in it will be very small by then. Weekly Xbox One sales should reach sub 10k levels not long after December.