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PS5 vs Xbox Series X|S vs Switch 2022 Sales Comparison Charts Through February 12

PS5 vs Xbox Series X|S vs Switch 2022 Sales Comparison Charts Through February 12 - Sales

by William D'Angelo , posted on 22 February 2022 / 2,880 Views

Here we see data representing the global sales through to consumers and change in sales performance of the three current platforms (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch) and three legacy platforms (PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo 3DS) over comparable periods for 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022. Also shown is the market share for each of the consoles over the same periods.

Year to Date Sales Comparison (Same Periods Covered)

PS5 vs Xbox Series X|S vs Switch 2022 Sales Comparison Charts Through February 12

PS5 vs Xbox Series X|S vs Switch 2022 Sales Comparison Charts Through February 12

Market Share (Same Periods Covered)

PS5 vs Xbox Series X|S vs Switch 2022 Sales Comparison Charts Through February 12

2019 – (Week ending January 12 to February 16)

2020 – (Week ending January 11 to February 15)

2021 – (Week ending January 9 to February 13)

2022 – (Week ending January 8 to February 12)

"Year to date" sales for 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022 sales are shown in series at the top of the table and then just below a comparison of 2022 versus 2021 and 2022 versus 2020 is displayed.  This provides an easy-to-view summary of all the data.

Total Sales and Market Share for Each Year

PS5 vs Xbox Series X|S vs Switch 2022 Sales Comparison Charts Through February 12

Microsoft

  • Xbox Series X|S – Up Year-on-Year 265,943 (43.4%)
  • Xbox One – Down Year-on-Year 145,462 (-91.8%)

Nintendo

  • Nintendo Switch - Down Year-on-Year 361,827 (-14.5%)

Sony

  • PlayStation 5 – Down Year-on-Year 80,284 (-7.7%)
  • PlayStation 4 – Down Year-on-Year 388,199 (-79.7%)

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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10 Comments
SKMBlake (on 22 February 2022)

I can see the Switch ending its year at 125+ million

  • +11
Slownenberg (on 22 February 2022)

Switch crushin' it as usual. Looks like a strong start to another 20+ million year.
Xbox and PS5 dueling it out so far this year. Didn't realize PS5 only did 12.5mil last year, that's quite low, though I guess chip supply crushed their holiday season.

  • +8
siebensus4 (on 22 February 2022)

Switch currently outsells PS5 and Xbox Series combined while entering its 6th year.

  • +4
SanAndreasX siebensus4 (on 23 February 2022)

The Switch is why I'm in no hurry to get the 9th gen systems.

  • +4
siebensus4 SanAndreasX (on 23 February 2022)

Yeah, I recently noticed that my backlog on Switch is more than 30 games. Oh my.

  • 0
Rab (on 23 February 2022)

Can we get a white OLED switch in the Graphic of the 3 consoles? ;)

  • +3
darthv72 (on 22 February 2022)

Series being the only one up YoY is certainly a surprise.

  • +2
aTokenYeti darthv72 (on 22 February 2022)

Microsoft’s strategy for the launch window was focusing on the Series X, and combined with the fact production started later than they originally wanted, the first few months of 2021 they had very few consoles to sell. Most of their produced consoles are now the Series S, so they are having a much easier time getting consoles to store shelves this year.

  • +4
SanAndreasX darthv72 (on 23 February 2022)

The Series S is the only system among the 9th-gen PS/XB variations that I can just walk into a store in my area and buy at MSRP.

  • 0
Greenfox SanAndreasX (on 23 February 2022)

In my city it's just the opposite, you can't find an xbox. With PS5 there's a more constant supply, although with the demand there is, they sell out in minutes... Damn covid.

  • -1