Microsoft Won't Release Xbox One Sales But Claims There's Been Growth

Alfred Osborne
May 5, 2018

There is, however, an official statement on why Microsoft is no longer providing specific sales figures, and it has nothing to with the fact that Sony's PS4 is on top of console sales at 79.8 million units sold.

Also, you should know that the title will be on offer. There is both Xbox Game Pass service and Xbox Play Anywhere on Windows 10 and PC, which offer gamers big value for their buck. Xbox Live players are up 13 percent and Xbox One sales are up 15 percent over the same period past year, but that's not all. I assume this isn't directly related to Xbox Live usage/Xbox Live Gold, but it's unclear. So far, over 600,000 friendships have been made with Looking For Group. You are one of the few who escaped the destruction of your home. Recently, Microsoft announced a major update to the catalog, including a number of well-loved Star Wars games.

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Sea of Thieves is the fastest-selling Microsoft Studios new IP of this console generation. No wonder folks have played a billion hours. As it stands, Microsoft quotes that about half of every Xbox One owners have used the feature, which is an awesome addition to the suite of tools the Xbox One already has.

In June 2017, Microsoft announced that people had spent 508 million hours using backwards compatibility, so usage is only growing. Microsoft is also seeing success with their Mixer community, which has been exceeding a count of more than ten million active users per month since January.

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