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Xbox1 - only "around 41 million" sold WW.

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as of Dec 31st 2018.

 

ZHugeEX  - Global installed base now around 41m.

 

Note: PS4 has sold more than 2X the global sales of XB1. 

 

Also note: Switch should be around 35 - 37 Million WW by March 31st 2019:lupe:

 

I could have sworn DynamiteCop math pegged XB1 at 40 million at the end of 2017:bena:

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Just now, Cookester15 said:

i guess exclusives do sell consoles... 

:dead:

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Just now, ghostz said:

This XB1, S, and X? Holy shit if true lolol it released over 5 years ago

Yes combined sales of Xb1, S and X worldwide over a 5 year period. 

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2 minutes ago, Cookester15 said:

i guess exclusives do sell consoles... 

Now's as good a time as any to link this masterpiece:

 

 

  • Haha 2

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2 minutes ago, Goukosan said:

Yes combined sales of Xb1, S and X worldwide over a 5 year period. 

:whew:nice while it lasted lemtots 

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2 minutes ago, Goukosan said:

Yes combined sales of Xb1, S and X worldwide over a 5 year period. 

Pretty good for just America :reg: 

 

:face: 

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So I was pretty much correct.

When Dynocrap was losing his shit trying to tell me that it passed 40 million way early in 2018.

 

How many of those were Taco Bell giveaways?  In terms of PURCHASED Xbox Ones, its probably still under 40 million.

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1 minute ago, Remij_ said:

So.... America :face: 

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41m worldwide vs 91m worldwide in the same time frame.

 

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6 years for 40 million across 3 different models.

 

Og xbox and cube were at 30 in 4 years. 1 model each. :rofl: 

 

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And what really kills me is, by hiding these sales numbers, MS was essentially trying to fool customers onto thinking everything was ok. meanwhile the sales were so bad customers wouldn't be getting exclusive games or 3rd party support, and MS knew that. they chose to hide the numbers like little weasels to make everything look ok.

 

downright devious business practices. We deserved to know we were going to get an exclusiveless pice of win10 shit. We deserved to know the product was a catastrophic failure in the market place.

 

Think long and hard if you're considering an xbox next gen. 

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3 minutes ago, Bodycount N said:

6 years for 40 million across 3 different models.

 

Og xbox and cube were at 30 in 4 years. 1 model each. :rofl: 

 

shutterstock_338992685.jpg

 

And what really kills me is, by hiding these sales numbers, MS was essentially trying to fool customers onto thinking everything was ok. meanwhile the sales were so bad customers wouldn't be getting exclusive games or 3rd party support, and MS knew that. they chose to hide the numbers like little weasels to make everything look ok.

 

downright devious business practices. We deserved to know we were going to get an exclusiveless pice of win10 shit. We deserved to know the product was a catastrophic failure in the market place.

 

Think long and hard if you're considering an xbox next gen. 

I’m so happy you’re no longer a delusional fool, well done :happysad:

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Just now, madmaltese said:

Poor Dyno. Zhuge was one of his sources for his 45m number too

I tried finding it but do we have his exact post quoting thisv

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