Xbox One vs Xbox 360 VGChartz Gap Charts June 2014 Update - VGChartz

Xbox One vs Xbox 360 VGChartz Gap Charts June 2014 Update - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 23 July 2014 / 7,894 Views

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Xbox One vs Xbox 360 – VGChartz Gap Charts – June 2014 Update

Xbox One Vs. Xbox 360 Global:

Gap change in latest month: 285,260 – Xbox 360

Gap change over last 12 months: n/a

Total Lead: 1,148,731 - XOne

Xbox One Total Sales: 4,845,340

Xbox 360 Total Sales: 3,696,609

June 2014 is the eighth month of the Xbox One being on sale. The gap decreased during the month when compared to the Xbox 360’s eighth month on sale. The gap decreased by 285,260 units in favor of the Xbox 360. The Xbox One currently leads by 1,148,731 units.

Both consoles launched in November. The Xbox 360 launched in November 2005, while the Xbox One launched in November 2013. The Xbox One has sold 4845,340 units in its first six months, while its predecessor the Xbox 360 sold 3,696,609 units. 


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bouboumorveu (on 23 July 2014)

problem with photo?

bouboumorveu (on 23 July 2014)

in 4 months, xone will be officially a flop.

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Michael-5 (on 23 July 2014)

<360 is a flop?

I think XB1 can pull 50 million lifetime, which is SNES numbers, which is NOT a flop.

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bouboumorveu (on 24 July 2014)

SNES period was not the same video games market, video Games was for kids and is now for everywhone (kids has grown )

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Michael-5 (on 24 July 2014)

Still XB1 is looking to do 2.5x as good as the GCN and XB did. 50 million might be less then 80 million, but it's not a complete flop. Vita is a flop.

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freedquaker (on 23 July 2014)

X360 had not been released in Europe for quite sometime unlike XB1, so the gap will keep shrinking in favor of X360, which will surpass XB1 sooner or later. There is no way XB1 can sell as many as X360 with that much bad publicity, without a price advantage and a year head start.

Shadow1980 (on 23 July 2014)

If by "quite some time" you mean "less than two weeks after the North American release." The 360 was released in the Eurozone, UK, Norway, and Sweden on Dec. 2, 2005. One system being released a couple of weeks after isn't going to make much of a difference for the graph. That being said, there is indeed no way the XBO will outsell the 360, and that line in the graph will rapidly drop to below that zero mark, thus putting the 360 ahead in LTD sales.

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Michael-5 (on 23 July 2014)

Plus lets not forget that the PS3 lookd terrible at this point, and Gears of War/Lost Planet also REALLY boosted 360 sales over the 2nd holiday season.

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Shadow1980 (on 23 July 2014)

Time for a regional breakdown. While the XBO had a significantly better launch than the 360 in both NA and Europe, its sales in 2014 are vastly inferior to what the 360's were in 2006. According to the NPD, the XBO has sold 1.1 million units in the first half of the year in the U.S.; the 360 sold just shy of 1.4 million in the same period of 2006. In Europe, those figures are according to VGC about 788k for the 360 but only about 400k for the XBO. Granted, the XBO still has yet to launch in the so-called "Tier 2" nations, those are unlikely to yield an appreciably increase to global numbers. Tier 2 nations include smaller European markets that are more likely to resemble France and Germany (where the XBO is being outsold by the Wii U) than the UK, and Japan, where we all know the XBO will flop. Tier 2 markets are unlikely to increase the weekly global average by more than 5-10k.

Michael-5 (on 23 July 2014)

Plus 360 in 2006 sold meh since people were waiting on the PS3/Wii. Fall 2006, 360 sales exploded with PS3's bad intro and Gears of War

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kurasakiichimaru (on 24 July 2014)

Gap is shrinking. Nobody will buy an Xbox One outside of tier 1 countries. So it'll shrink even more.

RoadShow (on 23 July 2014)

Gaming news has never been better than the last 14 months.

drake_tolu (on 23 July 2014)

360 not have sold less of 70,000... XBOX ONE sell 60,000. The gap isn't big...