PS4 Sold 250K and Xbox One 100K in Germany, According to Newly Released Sales Data

on January 13, 2014 11:57 AM

Germany, which has closely guarded its sales data for next-gen consoles, finally released the units sold for PS4 and Xbox One according to German website Next Gamer. The results, when compared to other European countries’ sales, aren’t that surprising.

By the end of December, PS4 has sold 250,000 units while Xbox One has managed 100,000 units sold. The ratio of 2.5 to 1 isn’t bad, especially compared to countries like Spain where the ratio difference is nearly 4 to 1. Xbox One was released in Germany on November 22nd, with Sony’s PS4 being released about a week later on November 29th.

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