First, even world wide sale it will be very close or Switch will ahead.
But fact is that PS4 2015. lineup is far stronger than Switch 2018. lineup.
You missing fact that 3rd party are biggest system mover for PS4 and XB1, sales of games also proves thats. Limited bundles does not have anything with that, we talking about games releases.
100k is not realyl big difference in any case, and dont forget, 2015. was strongest year for PS4 in US, while Switch was very close to PS4 sales without price cut and with not great lineup most of year, 2019. for Switch should be quite stronger.
PS4 2014 & 2015 worldwide sales are 1.5 Million+ ahead of Switch 2017 & 2018 worldwide sales.
Switch hybrid nature more than makes up for the lack of third party games. Its a big factor as to why the Switch is defying expectations. Its as big a factor as PS4's strong third party support is in these comparisons.
You're really talking about a price cut for the Switch in PS4 comparisons lol? A PS4 price cut this year would be massive YOY, and would put it in the same ball park as the Switch in terms of affordability.
Switch 2019 US sales should beat any PS4 year in the US, though. I also think Switch 2019 WW sales should slightly beat PS4's peak year at the very least. Should be the peak year for the Switch too. I predict 20 - 22 Million. Anything below would be disappointing, IMO.
Thats still very close, its around 5% difference.
Like you wrote, they are different and you have pluses and minuses on both side when you compare them.
Of Course I do, in same time period PS4 had price cut, Switch still didn't had not one price cut, we talking about facts here. Talking about this year, Switch price cut would also make Switch selling more.
Agree, I don't see anything below 20m+ in 2019. for Switch, but its still early to say if that will be peak Switch year, but it will deffinatly be stronger than 2018. in any case.