While we’ll only know the actual number of Xbox One consoles sold if Microsoft starts revealing those numbers again, but a respectable source has provided a close number of what to expect sales wise.
This source video can be found linked below, which was created by CNBC. They likely paid for the details, or were given the information from IDC which is considered quite reliable in terms of providing proper surveyed numbers.
They put the total quantity of Xbox One units sold through Q2 2019 as being 46.9 million. This includes all sales in the lifespan of the product. That included Xbox One, S or X which are all bundled as one large collective. The Xbox 360 was at a similar number at around the same, but this number is quite far from the close competitive of the Playstation 4 and being passed swiftly by the selling like hotcakes Nintendo Switch.
It’s some interesting information, and while perhaps not exact it gives an idea as to where the brand is prior to the next generation Xbox Scarlett that’s on the horizon. That release will signal a fresh generation, and let us know just how well this platform stacked up against previous iterations. Read our Control review below, or check out the general hub for additional coverage.
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