It looks like Sony’s PlayStation 5 has sold around double the number of units as the Xbox Series X | S, according to data shared in a recent Take-Two Interactive earnings report (h/t GameSpot).

In one slide, the gaming company shared that 77 million Gen 9 consoles have been sold as of December 31, 2023. While that figure doesn’t give us too much insight on its own, on December 20, 2023, Sony announced that it had just sold a little more than 50 million PS5s. Microsoft usually keeps its numbers under wraps, but with Take-Two’s information in mind, we can estimate that Xbox Series X | S sales sit at around 27 million units sold.

It’s an approximate look at the state of Gen 9 that keeps in line with previous sales updates. In July of last year, Sony revealed that its latest PlayStation console was still going strong with 40 million units sold. At a games event in Brazil around this same time, Xbox Series X | S sales were said to be at just over 21 million.

Both the PS5 and Xbox Series X | S launched in November 2020. The Sony console received a bit of an update with the Slim model last year. While the Xbox Series X | S consoles haven’t quite gotten their mid-gen refresh yet, leaked documents suggest that Microsoft might have plans to release something later this year.

Today’s Gen 9 update are interesting in the context of other rumors surrounding Xbox’s future. More than a few reports have recently come out, suggesting that many Xbox exclusives — including games like Indiana Jones and the Great Circle, Starfield, Sea of Thieves, and Hi-Fi Rush — will soon come to console competitors like PlayStation. When fans were shocked by the news that exclusive titles may soon come to rival platforms, Xbox head Phil Spencer chimed in with a promise to address concerns as part of a business update next week.

For more, be sure to check out our thoughts on Xbox’s future and Microsoft’s messaging strategy. You can also take a look at our list of the best-selling consoles of all time.

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