Forums - Sales Discussion - Global Hardware June 21 to 27 - Switch, PS4 and Xbox One Up Year-Over-Year

Platform N. America Europe Japan Global
131,013 87,416 94,303 363,387
77,769 105,781 7,978 223,092
54,618 12,755 38 77,390
3,724 1,380 918 6,314

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The Nintendo Switch was the best-selling console worldwide with 363,387 consoles sold for the week ending June 27, according to VGChartz estimates. 

The PlayStation 4 was the second best-selling console with sales of 223,092 consoles sold. This was followed by the Xbox One with 77,390 units, and the Nintendo 3DS with 6,314 units. 

Nintendo Switch sales compared to the same week a year ago are up 74,120 units (25.62%). The PlayStation 4 is up 2,775 units (1.26%), the Xbox One is up 18,638 units (31.72%), and the 3DS is down 12,052 units (-65.62%).

Global hardware estimates (Followed by lifetime sales):

  1. Switch - 363,387 (59,013,550)
  2. PlayStation 4 - 223,092 (111,944,951)
  3. Xbox One - 77,390 (48,082,135)
  4. 3DS - 6,314 (75,304,336)
Americas (US, Canada, Latin America) hardware estimates:
  1. Switch - 141,660
  2. PlayStation 4 - 84,543
  3. Xbox One - 59,466
  4. 3DS - 3,820
Europe hardware estimates:
  1. PlayStation 4 - 105,781
  2. Nintendo Switch - 87,416
  3. Xbox One - 12,755
  4. 3DS - 1,380
Asia (Japan, mainland Asia, Middle East) hardware estimates:
  1. Switch - 122,732
  2. PlayStation 4 - 26,004
  3. 3DS - 1,008
  4. Xbox One - 578
Oceania (Australia and New Zealand) hardware estimates:
  1. Switch - 11,579
  2. PlayStation 4 - 6,764
  3. Xbox One - 4,591
  4. 3DS - 106
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UK: 2019 Vs. 2020 Switch More than Double; PS4 +50%; XBO +25%

This would be UK 2020 YTD through end of June.  Is this in line with what you have on the back-end, since we do not see UK/FR/Germany anymore?  Or is calc only done at full Europe top-level?

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1 More week and the NPD comparison waiting game begins.  You have US June at 455K for 4 weeks, so 5 week using average would come out to just under 570K.  But US has been adjusted up after Mar/Apr/May NPD results so perhaps we'll see the same this month.  Depends on the stock availability I suppose.

If that goes up and we get Nintendo's Q1 numbers on August 7th, there's a chance NSW global crossed 60M to close out June.  I expect this quarter's shipments to be ~5.5M.



mk7sx said:

UK: 2019 Vs. 2020 Switch More than Double; PS4 +50%; XBO +25%

This would be UK 2020 YTD through end of June.  Is this in line with what you have on the back-end, since we do not see UK/FR/Germany anymore?  Or is calc only done at full Europe top-level?

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1 More week and the NPD comparison waiting game begins.  You have US June at 455K for 4 weeks, so 5 week using average would come out to just under 570K.  But US has been adjusted up after Mar/Apr/May NPD results so perhaps we'll see the same this month.  Depends on the stock availability I suppose.

If that goes up and we get Nintendo's Q1 numbers on August 7th, there's a chance NSW global crossed 60M to close out June.  I expect this quarter's shipments to be ~5.5M.

Our UK figures are fairly close with those leaked figures. Not exact, but they do say "around" up 50% for PS4 and up 25% for Xbox One. I'll do some minor adjustments to our UK figures. Our PS4 and Switch figures for first half of 2020 in the UK are a hair low, while Xbox One figures are a hair too high. 



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mk7sx said:

If that goes up and we get Nintendo's Q1 numbers on August 7th, there's a chance NSW global crossed 60M to close out June.  I expect this quarter's shipments to be ~5.5M.

As of march 31 Nintendo shipped 55.77M NSWs.  If it is 5.5M for the quarter  that would put the switch at 61.27M. That is less than a million from the NES 61.91



Pretty impressive all around, poor 3DS tho



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Raven said:
Pretty impressive all around, poor 3DS tho

3DS is on its way out. Not many are being manufactures anymore. 



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Just a month or more and it will reach the 60 million milestone, thereby close to smashing past NES.




Really impressive for the Switch with no new releases and no communication. PS4 only 2% up with a big release last week, i think the covid effect as died down a lot at this point.



xMetroid said:

Really impressive for the Switch with no new releases and no communication. PS4 only 2% up with a big release last week, i think the covid effect as died down a lot at this point.

Last of Us Part 2 boost really only lasted a week. Look at the UK. Sales for game dropped 80% in its second week. 



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OTBWY said:

Just a month or more and it will reach the 60 million milestone, thereby close to smashing past NES.

You see that NES? The Switch is coming for you!



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