Published: July 11, 2022
Are you a true Xbox enthusiast? The Xbox series X/S release date was on November 10, 2020. As a result, many people’s living rooms now feature a matte black obelisk. But have you ever wondered how many of these series have been sold so far?
The answer is right here, so keep reading!
How Many Xbox Series X and S Have Been Sold?
(Source: VGChartz / GameRevolution)
Xbox Series X/S consoles have sold 15.08 million units globally so far, according to data from June 2022. Three months ago, they already sold more than 13,000 devices. That made this Xbox series the best-selling in the United States in March 2022, and its popularity is still growing.
More Xbox Series X/S Stats and Facts
Find out how many Xbox X/S series fare with PS5, how many devices were sold in the first 24 hours, and more information in the next section.
How many PS5 have been sold vs Xbox series X?
When comparing Xbox vs. PlayStation sales, it’s important to note that Xbox Series X/S has a 42.8% market share, whereas PlayStation 5 has a 57.1% share.
The PlayStation 5 has sold 20 million units, whereas the Xbox Series X/S has sold 14.95 million units in 19 months from the release date.
Xbox series X/S is Microsoft’s fastest-selling console.
Despite PS5’s big gap from Xbox Series X/S, Xbox’s boss Phil Spencer confirms that they have “out-paced” all other Xbox generations.
Even the highly desired Xbox 360, which has set a record by selling more than 85 million, can’t match that performance. Comparing PlayStation sales vs. Xbox history, PS5 is Sony’s fastest-selling console in the US.
The Xbox Series X/S sold between 1.2 million and 1.4 million units in the first 24 hours.
Since the Xbox series X/S release date, more than 800,000 to 925,000 units of the series X have been sold, while the series S has sold between 400,000 and 475,000 units.
Most consoles were sold in the US, accounting for between 670,000 and 780,000 units. The
Xbox Series X was once called Project Scarlet.
Almost a year before the console went on sale, Microsoft unveiled the new name at the annual Game Awards in Los Angeles.
The company’s CEO, Phil Spencer, explained that the name signals that there may be further Series in the future, allowing them to do other things with that term so that they may make descriptions when needed.
The Xbox Series X/S has already established itself as a popular gaming console in many countries around the world.
The Xbox X/S line of consoles had a great start for becoming Microsoft’s fastest-selling and most profitable console ever. We can only expect that the success of the Xbox X/S series will only grow with time.