The PS5 is out of stock for the better part of the last two years since its release, but everything looks to the console. According to Sony, the price and availability of the console over Christmas have increased.
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According to Famitsu and translated by Gematsu, PS5 was the second-highest-selling console in Japan from December 19-22 to December 25-22. Overtakes Switch and Switch Lite in the sales for PS5. More than 2 million consoles have been sold in Japan throughout its life.
Here is a list of the 10 best software sales out of 30 in Japan, besides the ones reported by Famitsu. The figures left of the brackets at the end represent a lifetime sales statement.
For the digital version, the phone sold less than 10,000 units. Sony always gained a huge success selling in Japan their PlayStation consoles. However, this year was insignificantly difficult because of shortages in supply and the competitiveness of the market.
Those two console sales made an impact on the sales of the new products, including the console-exclusive games. This console exclusivity is one of the major reasons for the new Nintendo Switch’s hardware and software sales.
Pokemon Scarlet & Violet sells well in Japan.
According to Japan, the Japanese software sales market dominates the Nintendo Switch exclusive games, including Pokemon Scarlet and Violet leading the charts, followed by Splatoon 3 and Nintendo Switch Sport, and Mario Kart 8.
In this list is a list of the top 10 software sales from the top 30 in Japan, according to the report.
The PS5 had some good results because of its lack of stocks and high demand for the consumer. Even though the sales are hard, the PS5 has succeeded in selling most of the consoles on the market. The Nintendo Switch is top-rated with just under 84,000 units sold.
The Japanese gaming industry is quite competitive, and considering the number of Nintendo devices coming to its sixth anniversary, it’ll be interesting to see how Sony handles their consoles moving forward.