Sony’s PlayStation 4 continues to dominate Microsoft’s Xbox One and Nintendo’s Switch. As of December 3, the PlayStation 4 reached 70.6 million consoles sold. That puts Sony in the lead by a mile.

More specifically, Sony’s PlayStation 4 sales are more than double that of the closest competition — the “closest competition,” of course, being Microsoft’s Xbox One. Though Microsoft no longer reports sales numbers for its Xbox One console, the best estimates put the Xbox One somewhere in the realm of 30 – 40 million units sold.

In just the last five months, from July 1 to December 3, the company sold over 7 million PlayStation 4 consoles. Doesn’t sound like a lot? Even 2017’s hottest new console, Nintendo’s Switch, sold just 4.7 million units in its first four months. Nintendo estimates it’ll sell around 14 million Switch consoles in its first year, while Sony’s expecting to move a whopping 18 million PlayStation 4 consoles in the same amount of time.

Source Business Insider