PS4 vs Xbox One vs Wii U Global Lifetime Sales – March 2017 Update - SalesWilliam D'Angelo , posted on 11 May 2017 / 43,048 Views
Welcome to the latest edition of the ‘PS4 vs Xbox One vs Wii U Worldwide’ article. This series compares the monthly and lifetime sales of the 8th generation of home consoles - the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Wii U.
Looking at the total sales of the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Wii U in March 2017 shows how the PlayStation 4 has continued to dominate over the Xbox One and Wii U, outselling both of them combined by 14.08 million units. The Xbox One in turn continues to increase its lead over the Wii U and has outsold it by 15.34 million.
The PlayStation 4 passed the 57 million mark and the Xbox One the 29 million mark. The PS4 has sold 57.22 million units lifetime, the Xbox One 29.24 million units, and the Wii U 13.90 million units.
Taking a look at the marketshare, the PlayStation 4 tops the other two platforms combined. The PlayStation 4 has 57 percent market share, the Xbox One sits at 29 percent, and the Wii U 14 percent.
PlayStation 4 Total Sales: 57,223,432
Xbox One Total Sales: 29,243,352
Wii U Total Sales: 13,896,212
During the month of March 2017, the PS4 outsold the Xbox One by 786,647 units for the month and the Wii U by 1.29 million units. The Xbox One outsold the Wii U by 499,629 units.
When you compare monthly sales to a year ago, the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are up. The PlayStation 4 is up 35,327 units, the Xbox One is up 57,940 units, and the Wii U is down 163,702 units.
Taking a look at the marketshare, the PlayStation 4 managed to achieve 70 percent. The Xbox One accounted for 28 percent of the consoles sold, and the Wii U just two percent.
PlayStation 4 Monthly Sales: 1,312,748
Xbox One Monthly Sales: 526,101
Wii U Monthly Sales: 26,472
The Wii U beat the PS4 and Xbox One to the market by a year. The Wii U launched in November 2012, while the PS4 and Xbox One launched in November 2013.
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