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ps5 going up a bit.



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eddy7eddy said:

It's funny how it seems that the best-selling consoles go in pairs.

That is a pretty cool coincidence. I do wonder where Switch, PS5 & XSX will stand when everything is said and done!



Beautiful healthy sales for the video game industry.



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Bet with Liquidlaser: I say PS5 and Xbox Series will sell more than 56 million combined by the end of 2023.

VGC Top Consoles 10 Weeks

NSW 2021 holding steady.  In this tracking, MHR will come in week 12, which means it'll line up face-to-face with ACNH launch week from NSW 2020.  Good chance it takes the lead over NDS that week and holds it for a while.



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mk7sx said:

VGC Top Consoles 10 Weeks

NSW 2021 holding steady.  In this tracking, MHR will come in week 12, which means it'll line up face-to-face with ACNH launch week from NSW 2020.  Good chance it takes the lead over NDS that week and holds it for a while.

NSW '21 is doing extremely well.  It keeps pulling further ahead of DS '08, which was the DS's best year.  This does help me appreciate how well the DS was doing in early '07 though.  The DS was definitely a force to be reckoned with.  I'll be eager to see how NSW '21 compares to the other years once MHR releases.



The_Liquid_Laser said:
mk7sx said:

VGC Top Consoles 10 Weeks

NSW 2021 holding steady.  In this tracking, MHR will come in week 12, which means it'll line up face-to-face with ACNH launch week from NSW 2020.  Good chance it takes the lead over NDS that week and holds it for a while.

NSW '21 is doing extremely well.  It keeps pulling further ahead of DS '08, which was the DS's best year.  This does help me appreciate how well the DS was doing in early '07 though.  The DS was definitely a force to be reckoned with.  I'll be eager to see how NSW '21 compares to the other years once MHR releases.

FWIW, NDS 08 is a 53 week year on VGChartz (just like 2020).  Through 52 weeks, NDS 07 was indeed slightly ahead. 

That said, per Nintendo's FY shipments, NDS FY07 (04 07 - 03 08) was ~30M and NDS FY08 (04 08 - 03 09) was ~31M, so they are definitely neck-and-neck.

I think NSW 21 will take the #1 spot in the end.  Much stronger predicted SW lineup than last year and they had supply issues all year last year that they've now had time to prepare for (we're still seeing shortages, but not as bad).  If they can get the Pro revision out in Sep, I expect 33-35M.  If its a Nov release, maybe 30-32M.  If it gets pushed to next year then be right around 2020's range.



Torpoleon said:

I do wonder where Switch, PS5 & XSX will stand when everything is said and done!

Switch: #1

PS5: #4

Xbox Series X/S: #15



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Torpoleon said:

That is a pretty cool coincidence. I do wonder where Switch, PS5 & XSX will stand when everything is said and done!

I see the Switch will be top in the 3 selling in the range of the PS2 and DS - 150-170m. PS5 I see selling 100-110m. XSX|S similar to the 360 - 80-90m. 



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SKMBlake said:
Torpoleon said:

I do wonder where Switch, PS5 & XSX will stand when everything is said and done!

Switch: #1

PS5: #4

Xbox Series X/S: #15

You don't think the XBox Series will sell more than the XBox One in the end?

Edit - Please disregard my comment.  DroidKnight pointed out that taking these 3 new positions in the chart would in fact push the XBox One further down the chart below your prediction for the Series X/S.

Last edited by Mandalore76 - on 26 March 2021