The PS5 sold a record 10 million units, but the new Xbox is also not doing badly

The PlayStation 5 has already been named the best-selling console in Sony’s history, which of course only applies for the first few months, as both new generations of Sony and Microsoft are not on the market for a year.

However, the PS5 console has already sold ten million units, and judging by the still swollen prices, there is still huge interest in them, so the high pace of sales will probably continue. Those ten million are valid for the period between November 12 of the previous year and July 18 this year.

At the same time, Sony and its partners have not yet brought to market the main attractions in the form of promised exclusive game titles that have yet to squeeze out of the available hardware on offer, but this is logical, as a sufficiently wide base of well-equipped players must first be created. These include Horizon: Forbidden West, Gran Turismo 7 or the new title of the God of War series. But before these three will come in, Arkane’s Deathloop coming out in September, so it looks like the main next-gen titles for PS5 will arrive.

As for the Xbox Series X and S consoles, there is obviously not much interest in them, just according to the prices. Compared to the PS5, they increased much more moderately, by only about 3 thousand crowns, and in addition they recently reached the level of the recommended amount, but in the case of the Xbox Series X, availability is currently problematic, while the Series S has been commonly available for a long time.

For Microsoft, however, sales of about 6.5 million units (valid for X and S from November 10 to June 30) are also a very good result, given that Sony also sets a record and, as for the previous generation, the PS4 console sold more than twice as much as XBONE. Microsoft also compares this with sales of the Xbox One (5.7 million) and Xbox 360 (5 million) for about the same period.

Microsoft also reports that deliveries for both new consoles have improved in the last quarter, with sales up a fifth quarter-over-quarter.

All of this, of course, extends to the 7nm production capacity available to AMD at TSMC, as there are 16.5 million high-performance high-performance APUs. It is no wonder that the new Radeons are not as widely represented on the market as GeForce, and the pace of launching new models is slower than that of NVIDII. On the other hand, these are the chips that have really gotten into the players in the recent period and not largely among the miners.

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