Since the PlayStation 4 and Xb0x One originally launched, the PlayStation 4 has been overtaking the Xbox One in sales, pretty much dominating the Xbox One in fact.

However, it does seem as though that might be swapping around.

This as according to data that was reportedly obtained from GfK by MCV, which reportedly states that the Xbox One sales have rose 989 per cent week-on-week since the launch of the Xbox One S.

The report also states that in the week ending September 24th, the Xbox One had secured a 71 per cent share of the hardware market for that market, which is a year-on-year increase of 76 per cent.

In comparison, the PlayStation 4 reportedly had a 19 per cent market share last week, with unit sales declining 66 per cent year-on-year.

That said, week-on-week sales were up 22 per cent year-on-year for the PlayStation 4 in particular.

So if you compare this data between the PS4 Slim and the Xbox One S, you would see that the Xbox One S sales were 361 per cent higher.

It’s certainly interesting news to see about the consoles, after such a domination from Sony with the PlayStation 4, it’s also great news for the entirety of the console market.

We would be interested to see what comes from this news in the future, and how these numbers develops.

As we hear any of that, we will let you know.

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