PlayStation 5 - Xbox
PlayStation 5 - Xbox

PS5 and Xbox Series Stock Improve From Last Year

According to VGChartz, stocks for PlayStation 5 and  Xbox Series X have improved, judging by the spike in sales for the consoles. According to the website, week-on-week sales for PlayStation 5 are up by over 54,000 units, and Xbox Series X|S sales are up by over 29,000. In the same vein, Nintendo Switch sales are up by nearly 18,000 units. Additionally, the yearly sales for last-gen consoles have dropped significantly as PlayStation 4 sales are down 26,611 units yearly (-75.4%) and Xbox One sales are down 13,363 units (-96.5%). Lastly, in total,  the Nintendo Switch has sold an estimated 7.64 million units, the Xbox Series X|S has sold 3.73 million units, and the PlayStation 5 has sold 3.68 million units so far this year. 

Regional sales estimates for all consoles via the website can be seen below:

Global hardware estimates (Followed by lifetime sales):

Switch – 284,339 (109,523,122)

PlayStation 5 – 183,112 (20,656,980)

Xbox Series X|S – 171,732 (15,396,943)

PlayStation 4 – 8,707 (116,939,175)

Xbox One – 482 (50,530,121)

Americas (US, Canada, Latin America) hardware estimates:

Switch – 98,608

Xbox Series X|S – 96,829

PlayStation 5 – 86,650

PlayStation 4 – 5,649

Xbox One – 397

Europe hardware estimates:

Switch – 88,926

PlayStation 5 – 60,730

Xbox Series X|S – 43,869

PlayStation 4 – 2,829

Xbox One – 70

Asia (Japan, mainland Asia, Middle East) hardware estimates:

Switch – 83,522

PlayStation 5 – 30,984

Xbox Series X|S – 26,045

PlayStation 4 – 141

Xbox One – 8

Oceania (Australia and New Zealand) hardware estimates:

Switch – 13,283

Xbox Series X|S – 4,989

PlayStation 5 – 4,748

PlayStation 4 – 88

Xbox One – 7

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