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PlayStation 4 is estimated to have sold around 1.25 million units in the US during November - around half a million more units than the Xbox One, according to predictions made by Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter.

"We expect hardware sales of 1.25 million PS4 units and 750,000 Xbox One units in their debut month," reads Wedbush's November 2013 NPD Preview report.

PS4 launched in the US on November 15 and achieved global sales of 2.1m by December 1, with 700,000 said to have been sold outside of North America. Xbox One launched in 13 territories on November 22, and sold-through over one million units at launch.

The report forecasts Wii U sales of 150,000, 700,000 Xbox 360 sales and 550,000 PS3 units.

VideoGamer.com Analysis

Forget about the Xbox One and PS4; Wii U's 150,000 is a staggeringly low number for a current platform in the biggest shopping month of the year.

Source: Wedbust Securities Entertainment Software: November 2013 NPD Preview

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I'm all for kinect but I think it's poor from Microsoft to ship it with the console at a extra cost but have nothing good to use it on.
Posted 20:39 on 09 December 2013
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I play videogames because numbers are important to me.
Posted 17:37 on 09 December 2013
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Dreamcaster

If Sony can keep these coming they can build their lead and stay out in front which is where they want to be. Both consoles are selling well at launch because of the hardcore loyals but that $399 will play a much bigger factor over time if Microsoft doesn't launch a Kinect free system & lower their price to match.
Microsoft must be paying EA a fortune to keep the first Titanfall an exclusive because any other scenario would find it on all the consoles!
Posted 17:01 on 09 December 2013