NPD: PS4 Wins November 2017 for Units Sold; Xbox One Drove Highest Dollar Sales

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Today the NPD Group released the sales data for the U.S. market in the month of November.

All data below is courtesy of NPD analyst Mat Piscatella, who also provided an extensive video that you can find at the bottom of the post.

Total spending including hardware, software, and accessories grew 30% year-on-year to 2.7 billion dollars. Hardware saw the biggest increase, with a whopping 52%. Hardware spend was driven by all consoles, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PS4.

The PS4 sold the most units of any hardware platform in November, but the Xbox One sold the most in terms of dollar sales.

On top of that, more PS4 units were sold in November 2017 than in any other month during the PS4 life cycle. This includes the month it launched in November 2013. The console remains (obviously) the best-selling platform in the United States life to date.

The Xbox One also had its highest unit sales of any November month life to date.

Speaking of software, here is the top-20 ranking.

NPD: PS4 Wins November 2017 for Units Sold; Xbox One Drove Highest Dollar Sales

As usual, sales for Nintendo and Bethesda games don’t include digital download, while the performance of Destiny 2 does not include PC sales on

Looking at the month of December, Piscatella expects a 30% dollar spend increase year-on-year, strong continued sales for Call of Duty: WWII, and another solid month for all console platforms.

You can check out Piscatella’s full video below, and compare with the results in October.

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