|Train wreck said:
These comparisons don't really make sense in today's landscape. EA doesn't come out and say 'Fifa 2018 sold 15x more on PS4 than switch', it's irrelevant due to the circumstances as to why a Fifa game would sell on the Switch than on PS4. The same goes for Dead Cells, a 2018 indie game is going to have different exposure between the systems and since a large majority of PS4 owners already own a Switch (70% according to NPD for the US), double dipping wouldn't make sense.
Do you not find it interesting that say... If every single person who owned a ps4 also owned a switch (which obviously isn't the case as there are far more PS4 systems sold) but even in a land where everyone owned both systems, isn't it an interesting statistic that gamers would rather put down the ds4 and extra horsepower in the PS4 and instead buy the title on switch instead.
Just at people pushing a narrative that there's no reason to choose a game on switch over the same title on PS4 this should be pretty telling that that isn't the case in the real world.
Also the "Nintendo switch gamers just buy any title cos of a drought" 2 things about this. 1, the switch currently has close to 1100 games on it, machine is out for around 600 days, math will tell you about the drought I hope. And 2, if a majority of the switch users had a PS4 as well.... They could just put down the switch and buy a title like spider Man this month, that is of course, if 80% of them have not put down the ds4 to enjoy the amazing dead cells on the switch.