Nintendo Switch Will Beat Playstation And Xbox On Best Selling Console Of 2019 Says Report

Nintendo Switch Will Beat Playstation And Xbox On Best Selling Console In 2019


/ by Kevin smith

  • Nintendo Switch Will Beat Playstation And Xbox On Best Selling Console Of 2019
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Nintendo Switch is making it's way to glory  estimating to to get to 20 million units sold record by next year. In the other hand a report suggests that it’ll not only have no trouble reaching that point, but that it will dominate over the PlayStation 4 as far as 2019 is concerned.

 Nintendo switch will beat playstation 4 and Xbox one on best selling consoles in 2019

According to report from Analytics, which notes that, thanks to a strong marketing campaign, a potential new model and killer games like New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe and Animal Crossing, and with new Legend of Zelda skyward sword they're working on now the Switch will become more popular than ever, selling over 17.3 million consoles worldwide.

With that budget Nintendo Switch will outstand the projected 17.1 million PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro consoles, and the 10 million Xbox One and Xbox One X consoles. These numbers are based upon the growth of the industry following a strong group of sales for this year, where 46.1 million devices in all were sold -- the highest since 2010, according to the report.

Other key findings from the report includes:

  • Sony is still the market leader in terms of consoles in use; it accounts for nearly half of all video games consoles in use, and 84% of these are now PS4 or PS4 Pro devices.
  • Video game console ownership has been rising again in recent years; 45% of North American homes and 20% of Western European homes now own at least one console.
  • The global retail value of the games console business is predicted to reach $15.4bn in 2018, an increase of 7.6%.
  • 2019 revenues are expected to decline by 10% as shipment volumes and prices fall.
  • By 2023 revenues will return to 2018 levels, driven by the launch of next generation systems such as the PS5 and Xbox and Switch updates

According to David Watkins, who serves as director for Strategy Analytics, he stated that, “Contrary to some expectations, the global TV games console market remains healthy. Many pundits have written it off over the years, for reasons ranging from the emergence of cloud gaming to the dominance of mobile devices and the arrival of VR, but it refuses to die. In fact, there is an argument that the enduring appeal of the TV games console, now in its sixth decade, continues to demonstrate the weaknesses and limitations of alternative games platforms.”

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