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Xbox Series X|S vs Xbox One Sales Comparison - June 2022

Xbox Series X|S vs Xbox One Sales Comparison - June 2022 - Sales

by William D'Angelo , posted on 02 August 2022 / 7,224 Views

The VGChartz sales comparison series of articles are updated monthly and each one focuses on a different sales comparison using our estimated video game hardware figures. The charts include comparisons between the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch, as well as with older platforms. There are articles based on our worldwide estimates, as well as the US, Europe, and Japan.

This monthly series compares the aligned worldwide sales of the Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One.

The Xbox Series X|S launched in November 2020, while the Xbox One launched in November 2013. This does mean the holiday periods for the two consoles do lineup.

Xbox Series X|S vs Xbox One Sales Comparison - June 2022

Xbox Series X|S vs Xbox One Sales Comparison - June 2022

Xbox Series X|S vs Xbox One Sales Comparison - June 2022

XSX|S Vs. XOne Worldwide:

Gap change in latest month: 226,536 - XSX|S

Gap change over last 12 months: 1,562,585 - XSX|S

Total Lead: 2,638,241 - XSX|S

Xbox Series X|S Total Sales: 15,457,918

Xbox One Total Sales: 12,819,677

June 2022 is the 20th month the Xbox Series X|S has been available for. In the latest month, the gap grew in favor of the Xbox Series X|S when compared to the aligned launch of the Xbox One by 226,536 units.

In the last 12 months, the Xbox Series X|S has grown by 1.56 million units. The Xbox Series X|S is currently ahead by 2.64 million units.

The Xbox Series X|S has sold 15.46 million units in 20 months, while the Xbox One sold 12.82 million units. Month 20 for the Xbox Series X|S is June 2022 and for the Xbox One is June 2015.

The Xbox One did not reach current Xbox Series X|S sales until month 25 when it sold 16.34 million units.

The Xbox One crossed 20 million in month 30, 30 million in month 48, and 40 million in month 61. The Xbox One has sold 50.53 million units to date.

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 and taking over the hardware estimates in 2017. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel. You can contact the author on Twitter @TrunksWD.

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darthv72 (on 22 July 2022)

Series is selling well. 5 months ahead of the XBO for the same time frame. The XBO didnt cross 20m until month 30 so Series could do it in 24-25, maybe less.

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Kristof81 yo33331 (on 23 July 2022)

TBH I'd be surprised if it didn't

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scrapking Kristof81 (on 23 July 2022)

I think whether the Xbox Series consoles ultimately outsell the 360 or not will depend on how long this generation is.

This generation could last a long-ass time, given they're higher-end (compared to contemporary PCs) than the One and PS4 were, and given Moore's Law is slowing down.

Or Microsoft and Sony might launch a new generation early, instead of releasing "Pro" consoles, since better architecture (rather than smaller chip fabrication) seems to be the primary way forward for improving hardware in an economical fashion these days.

Whether the Xbox Series consoles ultimately outsell the 360 in total units sold or not, it's almost guaranteed that the Xbox Series consoles will have more working units in the wild than the 360 by the end of their respective generations, given the high failure rate of the early 360s!

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pukem0n scrapking (on 26 July 2022)

with how they both emphasized backward compatibility, they might as well go for a new generation instead of pro models. both will have potent clouds by then to let old gen play new gen games without buying new hardware.

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scrapking pukem0n (on 07 August 2022)

Agreed. But to do that they have to have a new generation of consoles that are at least powerful enough to emulate the PS5/Series X hardware with at least the same performance. If (for example) PS5 games emulated on a PS6 play worse, that won't be popular. Whereas with a "Pro" console that was a more powerful version of the exact same architecture, that wouldn't be a concern.

But conversely, if they do make a Pro console, then the next generation has to be EVEN more powerful, because now it has to emulate the Pro console as well without any performance degradation, so I guess it's 6 of one, and a half-dozen of the other.

So, yes, if an architectural leap is going to be more powerful/more efficient and can be done cost-effectively, it would better to do that for sure.

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Mnementh (on 23 July 2022)

Ahead of the XBO, while being supply-constrained. Not bad I think.

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