04 Sep Xbox News
The Following article was originally published at Itech News
How The ‘Xbox One S’ Outperformed The ‘PlayStation 4 Pro’?
Adobe has recently published its latest report on Cyber Monday. One of its topics talks about ‘the five best-selling electronic products.’ The ones mentioned were the Sony PlayStation 4, Microsoft Xbox, Samsung 4K TVs, Apple iPads, and Amazon Fire. However, it’s not been cleared if it is an ordered list. It wasn’t mentioned where the PS4 exactly ranked. But more importantly, Adobe’s report is focused on online sales only.
One S and Slim getting significant discounts
The Xbox One S and PS4 Slim, which came with at least a single bundled game, were offered for only $250 on Black Friday, which was possibly the best official price on either console ever. If you completely missed out on the Xbox offer, you’ll be happy to know that Amazon is still selling the Battlefield 1 bundle for the same price.
People were spending hard on holiday discount season
Adobe has also listed some hard-to-find products for Black Friday. Some of these products were the most likely ones to run out of stock are the NES Classic Edition and the PlayStation VR. Adobe reported that overall, Black Friday online sales, amounted to $5.27 billion, which is up 17.7% year-over-year. According to the report, $1.93 billion was spent shopping on Thanksgiving Day, with the remaining $3.34 billion spent on Black Friday.
Most sold consoles and games
Looking at the entire season, the Xbox One S remained as the best-selling console, with the PlayStation 4 Pro coming in second, according to several reports. In terms of games, Pokémon Sun and Moon were on the number one spot, followed by Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. The said reports was based on a collection of anonymous data from the 22.6 billion visits to retail sites.
Xbox One S beats everyone
The Xbox One S has been the best-selling console since July. Complete numbers for November aren’t out yet, but if Adobe’s estimates are accurate enough, it sounds like the One S will still remain no. 1 in November.