Since the second half of 2015, Microsoft has not publicly disclosed actual Xbox One sales numbers. The company claims that actual sales numbers are not a reliable indicator of the success of the Xbox hardware and division. The businesses studying the intensity of PlayStation 4’s dominance over Xbox One based their analysis purely on estimates. The network supplied data containing sales projections. In terms of console sales, Xbox One fell short of PS4 by approximately 50%.
The report originated in Brazil. For CADE, a Brazilian government agency that conducts economic research protects the market, keeps track of new investors, etc., Microsoft has developed legal documentation. The paper focuses mostly on the significant acquisition of Activision Blizzard by the Redmond firm. Microsoft has been cautious in providing sales data for all Xbox One models (Xbox One, Xbox One S, Xbox One X). Global cumulative console sales were expected to reach 51 million, according to Ampere Analysis. It appears that the analysts had some pointers. Page 18 of the report contains precise text. The data, which was translated by the editors of the GameLuster website, reveals that Sony outsold Microsoft in both sales and users by a factor of more than two.
The PlayStation 4 had a record sales volume of 117.2 million units, placing it in a historic tie for second place among stationary gaming systems. The translated data indicates that the number of Xbox Ones sold is around 58.5 million. Is it successful or unsuccessful? The outcome can be seen as successful when taking into account the fairly effective marketing prior to the store’s opening, Phil Spencer’s acquisition of the division almost mid-generation, and the emphasis on services. As a result, the Xbox One is falling short of the NDS. In any case, history is not brought up. It is unknown what specific data each Microsoft console version has.