Last Post: 10:17:15am, 10/18/2020
This doesn't seem incredibly surprising to me. Of the current generation, the PS4 and XB1 are 7 years old and their successors were planned for quite some time, so I would expect their sales to be declining. Meanwhile the Switch is only 3.5 years old and Nintendo is continuing to keep it in demand through both a solid game library and their infamous hardware supply throttling, so I would expect its sales to be more steady. I like my Switch and all, but I'd be more impressed if it cracks a more objective milestone, like say, 100 million sold, rather than just showing solid sales over a period of time with reduced competition.
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