Microsoft has today released its latest earnings report for the financial quarter ending December 31, 2020, and as expected, various areas of Xbox have enjoyed big increases compared to the same time the previous year.
Specifically, Xbox content and services revenue has grown by 40%, driven by first-party and third-party titles as well as the massive continued success of Xbox Game Pass.
This is also the first quarter in which Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S sales have been factored in, resulting in a massive 86% increase in Xbox hardware revenue, even despite the console shortages.
Altogether, this results in a 51% gaming revenue increase for Microsoft year-on-year.
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