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Xbox One vs Xbox 360 – VGChartz Gap Charts – February 2018 Update

Xbox One vs Xbox 360 – VGChartz Gap Charts – February 2018 Update - Sales

by William D'Angelo , posted on 18 April 2018 / 8,189 Views

The VGChartz Gap charts are updated monthly and each article focuses on a different gap chart. The charts include comparisons between the 7th generation and 8th generation platforms, as well as comparisons within the 8th generation. All sales are worldwide, unless otherwise stated.

 

Xbox One Vs. Xbox 360 Global:

Gap change in latest month: 195,823 – X360

Gap change over last 12 months: 2,443,150 – X360

Total Lead: 2,329,620 – X360

Xbox One Total Sales: 36,566,839

Xbox 360 Total Sales: 38,896,459

February 2018 is the 52nd month of the Xbox One being on sale. In the latest month the gap grew in favor of the Xbox 360 by 195,823 units. In the last 12 months the Xbox 360 has grown its lead by 2.44 million units. The Xbox 360 currently leads by 2.33 million.

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 36.57 million units, while its predecessor the Xbox 360 sold 38.90 million units.


A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials. You can contact the author at wdangelo@vgchartz.com or on Twitter @TrunksWD.


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8 Comments
Mar1217 (on 18 April 2018)

Suffice to say, Microsoft will need a 180 to turn the tables around !

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Azuren Mar1217 (on 18 April 2018)

They need to try turning 360 degrees and walking away.

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DonFerrari (on 18 April 2018)

A trending that I don't see reversing again.

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p53sionix (on 18 April 2018)

This is very interesting... It seems Xbox ONE isn't too far behind the Xbox 360, suggesting that perhaps it isn't Xbox ONE that is selling badly - rather it's the PS4 that's selling very well.

Regardless Microsoft needs to make more first party exclusives for the Xbox ONE, but I don't see how the Xbox ONE could do any better considering all the exclusives for Xbox now come to Windows 10. I have Gears of War 4, but not on Xbox - I play it on PC - and so for me there really isn't any reason to get the Xbox ONE. In fact if you have the PC - PS4 - SWITCH combo then you can play all the exclusives this generation - I think that's what a lot of people are doing.

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Bandorr p53sionix (on 18 April 2018)

Fairly sure the numbers still haven't gotten to when the kinect releases. Which will blow the difference away.

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DonFerrari p53sionix (on 18 April 2018)

The gap will increase a lot faster the longer the gen goes. X360 was doing fine until like year 7, while X1 started dropping behind after 2 years.

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scrapking (on 18 April 2018)

And yet, there are probably more working and actively used Xbox One console now than there were Xbox 360 systems then. By this point in the Xbox 360's life, the number of RRoDed Xbox 360's was huge, the extended warranties for many systems had run out, and the Xbox 360 S was out (which solved the RRoD problem, and had some good bundles) so replacement was more appealing than repair. Xbox Live engagement has never been higher which is a metric we can use to support this theory.

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yo33331 scrapking (on 18 April 2018)

the jasper solved RROD ;) then when slim came out RROD return with the slim I mean it was still very small percentage of the console but, u can not find any jasper with RROD but slims and E-s you can see on the internet there is some cases. Just saying that the jasper was the most reliable version of the 360 that never had RROD

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