It's chart time!!
Switch did amazingly this year. Here are some year's end tibdits I found along while I was updating my numbers to match with Famitsu 2018.
- Week 52 is the fourth highest selling one for the NSW and the third highest for the PS4
- The only week PS4 surpassed the NSW was W4 with 148 more units. Don't remember what happened that week (supply constrained maybe???) making this the winning as follows
NSW: W1-3,5-52 (51 weeks)
PS4: W4 (1 week)
- The marketshare on 2019 for the NSW was 79% and 21% for the PS4.
- The baseline increased compared to 2018, with NSW up 9,84% (from 35559 to 42339) and down 60,70% for the PS4 (from 17568 to 10993)
- YoY the NSW had an increase over more than 1m units while the PS4 reduced its units to 500k
- W51+W52 for both consoles are up compared to 2018's. From 487467 to 525753 for the NSW (an increase of 107,85%) and from 150861 to 188662 for the PS4 (an increase of 125,05%). Good job PS4. It screams for price cut to maintain those sales in the future weeks.
- Here are the weeks grouped by how much they sold each week compared to 2018 (first week number being 2019):
<50k: NSW (18 vs 37 weeks), PS4 (48 vs 44 weeks)
>50k & <100k: NSW (23 vs 7 weeks), PS4 (2 vs 5 weeks)
>100k & <200k: NSW ( 6 vs 5 weeks), PS4 ( 2 vs 3 weeks)
>200k & <300k: NSW ( 5 vs 2 weeks), PS4 ( 0 vs 0 weeks)
>300k: NSW ( 0 vs 1 week), PS4 (0 vs 0 weeks)
Last edited by nero - on 08 January 2020