The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are now both out in Europe. The Xbox One hit store shelves on November 22 in the region and the PlayStation 4 on November 29. The Xbox One launched in fewer countries in Europe than the PlayStation 4. The Xbox One launched in eight countries in Europe, while the PlayStation 4 launched in 18 countries.
The PlayStation 4 in its first 48 hours in Europe sold twice as many units as the Xbox One did. The PlayStation 4 managed to sell 673,354 in the first 48 hours, while there were 331,990 Xbox One's sold.
There were 1,610,946 games sold for the PlayStation 4. That would put the attach ratio at 2.39 games sold for every console sold. There was also 939,017 games sold for the Xbox One. That would put the attach ratio at 2.83 games sold for every console sold. That figure is slightly higher than the PlayStation 4. However, FIFA Soccer 14 was heavily bundled with the Xbox One.
Second week sales for the Xbox One are also in. The Xbox One sold an additional 70,551 units, bringing total sales in Europe to 402,541. There was also another 306,429 games sold, bringing the software total to 1,245,446.
PlayStation 4 Europe Launch Software Sales
Xbox One Europe Launch Software Sales
Stay tuned as VGChartz provides up to date figures for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Also make sure to check out the PlayStation 4 wiki and Xbox One wiki for more info and a full list of announced games.