Xbox sales spark controversy in the community


It’s a fact that Xbox rarely shares specific numbers for its services and console sales. We usually see official information several times a year, leaving it up to analysts and niche sites to provide the details that many want to know. Now, Aaron Greenberg recently shared a tweet from VGChartz, which indicates a new number of units sold for the Xbox series X | sAnd But it also sparked a controversial conversation among fans.

17 months after its release, VGChartz reported that Transcend the Xbox Series X | S 13.87 million units sold. By comparison, the Xbox 360 had 9.38 million consoles during the same period. This is information that Greenberg, general manager of marketing at Xbox, shared on his Twitter account:

“Thank you to everyone who has helped support the growth and adoption of Xbox in this generation. There is a lot of work to be done and we hope the offering will also continue to improve globally.

However, controversy erupted this time when a fan pointed out that in 2010 Greenberg made fun of people using VGChartz and other similar sites for talking about selling consoles, Commenting that there is no official source to back up the information shared.

“Laughs at VGChartz sales reports, why are people posting info as admins when there’s no source or science behind those #s?”

Although Greenberg hasn’t posted a response or clarification to his comment in over a decade, VGChartz responded to the CEO’s last post, Noting that they go to great lengths to make their estimates as accurate as possible.

“Thank you, Aaron, for sharing our tweet. We are doing our best with our estimates to be as accurate as possible with the limited data available.”

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Editor’s note:

Greenberg commented over a decade ago. At that time, the executive can learn a little more about how this information is disclosed, and change its position on the matter. While it’s not unreasonable to think that these statements focus solely on demonstrating the success of the Xbox Series X | S for Microsoft.

Via: Aaron Greenberg


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