PS5 Is Beating Xbox Series X/S Sales By Nearly Double, Claims Analyst. (Image credit- Yahoo)
According to reports, Microsoft’s Xbox Series X/S gaming consoles are outsold by Sony’s PlayStation (PS5) by over two to one.
According to the sales results, it appears that the PS5 is currently more popular with consumers than the Xbox One. The PlayStation console is becoming available to a lot more people.
One of the most well-known gaming systems available, the PlayStation 5, made its debut in November 2020. Since then, players have been using the Sony console even when there was a severe supply shortage.
Rare restocks at large shops like Amazon and Best Buy appear like a big deal that customers are anticipating for the first two years. Several customers were forced to buy the game console from scalpers for an absurdly high price.
A client is seen leaving after buying the new Sony Playstation PS5 in Seoul in a photo taken on November 12, 2020, after Sony unveiled the new console in some areas around the world.
This time, the supply crisis is largely getting better as more PS5 and Xbox Series X/S consoles hit the market. Restocks are no longer as thrilling. Yet, the Sony PlayStation is still dominating the market in terms of sales.
According to a recent report, Sony has sold more than 30 million PS5 gaming consoles worldwide. The Xbox Series X/S from Microsoft comes in second place after the Sony PS5, which holds the top slot.
Nonetheless, there is a substantial difference between the two. The calculation was done by ComicBook.com. As it turns out, the disparity is around 10 million units or more.
The Xbox Series X and Series S together sold about 18.5 million gaming consoles, according to a report. The fact that the PS5 is performing better than the Xbox Series X/S may surprise some people. Nevertheless, as the year goes on, that could alter.
According to analyst Harding-Rolls, Xbox sales will probably be able to keep up better in the first half of 2023 as Series X supplies spread throughout society.
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The PS5 shortage is almost ended, Sony, a Japanese video game company, recently revealed, according to the reports. So, we might see more of it at different merchants in the upcoming month.