The Xbox One is making its mark, with reports showing over 26 million lifetime units sold.
Research group SuperData has announced that the Xbox One has sold over 26 million units since its launch in November 2013. That covers all iterations of the Xbox One, from the original launch model to the sleek new Xbox One S. While this number may sound pretty impressive, it’s important to compare the number to that of Microsoft’s biggest rival, the PlayStation 4.
SuperData lists the PS4 at having an install base of nearly 55 million—that’s a pretty sizable lead. With exclusives like Uncharted 4, Ratchet & Clank, and The Last of Us: Remastered, Sony has built itself a stronghold that Microsoft has had a hard time challenging.
But what system are you playing on? Do you prefer the Xbox One or the PlayStation 4? Or perhaps you’re a PC fanatic? Or a disciple of the Wii U? Let us know how you prefer to game in the comments below!