There's no proof. And by your logic, if X1 is doing great in the USA, then the PS4 is performing godlike. It would behoove you to read my previous comment. If you have no legitimate counterargument, then don't comment at all. -_-"
X1 sold a lot more software overall than PS4 in USA, proof that it's undertracked.
ROFL......No. PS4 has a lot more digital offerings, free to play games and indies. It is also not a lot more at all, overall ps4 WW has sold a lot mroe software then x1.
May ps4 has MLB the show and watch dogs, ps4 will sell more software and hardware again in may.
X1 has no software the rest of the year that will really drive hardware, except maybe a 10 year old halo remake. Has zero for the summer.
And I am talking about US not WorldWide.
X1 no software rest of the year? how about Halo, Fable and Forza?
And how did that go for the 360 in the second half of its lifecycle? Last time I checked, the PS3 utterly crushed it with new IPs like Unfinished Swan, Journey, The Last of Us, Rain, Beyond, etc.
Halo is merely a remaster of a 10 year old game. The people who have played Halo 2 have already done so. This is a huge difference to TLOU Remastered. It's still a young game and there are a lot of holdouts from the previous gen. There are a lot of non-PS3 owners who would like to play TLOU and the remastered version is a perfect chance for them to experience it, especially since it'll be in 1080p with graphical and performance improvements. Oh, and Destiny says hi.
Fable has been utter crap. Fable 1 started off the series really well, but it went downhill from there. The series has dug itself a really large hole after leaving such an acrid taste in people's mouths with Fable 3.
Forza will be easily countered with Driveclub. After the horrid downgrade from E3, I don't see why anyone should trust Turn 10 at delivering a high quality racer after what they did. Baked lighting, no anti-aliasing, cardboard cutout crowds, static and two dimensional environments, and lack of day/night cycles. Just an utter mess. In contrast, Evolution has made huge leaps with Driveclub since the delay. Every new footage showed improvements over the previous. Lighting is fantasic, the crowds are actual crowds, the foliage is not a cut-and-paste job, the days cycle, the framerate is rock-solid despite only being 30 fps, and the attention to detail is stunning (e.g. the emphasis of residue on the windshield when sunlight shines through the window).
And the superior PS4 version of multiplats are icing on cake.