Last week, the Xbox One X sold out at launch in Japan. Since retailers were only filling pre-orders, it was hard to tell how the console did. Famitsu’s sale figures shed light on the situation.
For a further explanation why the Xbox One X was sold out at launch, read Kotaku’s previous coverage:
Below are “sell out” launch day photos Twitter user Kaztsu took in Tokyo’s Akihabara.
Via Famitsu, here are hardware sales numbers for the week of November 6 to November 12.
Nintendo Switch - 84,593 units
PlayStation 4 - 23,613 units
New Nintendo 2DS XL - 10,935 units
New Nintendo 3DS - 6,576 units
PlayStation 4 Pro - 6,028 units
PlayStation Vita - 3,023 units
Xbox One X - 1,639 units
Nintendo 2DS - 1,176 units
Xbox One S - 49 units
PlayStation 3 - 38 units
Wii U - 32 units
That’s not too bad! But damn, the Nintendo Switch keeps flying off store shelves in Japan. The Wii U? Notsomuch.
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