Total Sales of Microsoft’s Xbox One: Close to 31 Million Worldwide

Recently, the famed game statistics website VGChartz has updated the monthly sales in game consoles, comparing the sales volume between Xbox One and its last generation console Xbox 360, the result shows that Xbox 360 sealing is 721,052 units more than Xbox One X in the same 46 months.

From report, Microsoft’s eighth generation home console, the Xbox One, has surpassed 30 million units sold worldwide, according to the estimates. You can view the sales figure at the VGChartz Global Weekly Chart.

“The Xbox One reached the milestone for the week ending June 10, 2017. The console sold 92,014 units to bring its lifetime sales to 30,075,137 units. There have also been 194,218,035 games sold for the Xbox One at retail.”

The detailed data of the sealing is: Xbox 360 had sold for 31,615,238 units, while Xbox One had sold for 30,894,186. Xbox 360 was released in 2015, while Xbox One launched in 2013, Microsoft has also launched Xbox One S and the coming soon Xbox One X, which is not the same as the Xbox 360 situation. So the sales volume might have a wave of high tide in the feature.

Besides, the sales statuses in different regions of Xbox One as bellow from VGChartz:

Breaking down the sales by region, the Xbox One has sold best in the US with 16,999,459 units sold (57%), compared to 8,090,445 units sold in Europe (27%) and 79,941 units sold in Japan (0.3%). Looking more closely at Europe, the console has sold an estimated 3,756,215 units in the UK, 969,201 units in Germany, and 1,122,434 units in France.

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