Predicting the PS5 & Series X|S is a tough one. Stock issues are going to be a limiting factor, but for how long, and will eventual restocks allow the to make up for it later in the year?
Even the Switch isn't easy as demand for consoles in general is still up due to the pandemic. However, stock issues could hurt it as well as that's been a recurring issues with consoles.
For all of them, even assuming good stock the pandemic will likely continue to result in inflated demand for consoles. Will life fully return to normal early enough for people to start spending money on what is tremendous pent-up demand for away-from-home entertainment? If stock is plentiful and there's no end in sight for COVID by the latter half of the year, then a cooped-up public could still continue to spend greater-than-normal amounts of money on at-home entertainment like consoles.
In any case, I'm going to assume that the Switch experiences a roughly 15% YoY drop and that total PS5 & Series X|S sales will be slightly worst than total PS4+XBO sales were in 2014,with the two of them being slightly closer than their predecessors, esp. in the U.S.Last edited by Shadow1980 - on 13 February 2021