We've heard stories in recent times suggesting the Xbox Series S has outperformed the Xbox Series X in various key markets, and now there appears to be even more good news about the smaller and more affordable model.
According to the Adobe Digital Economy Index - which recorded "over one trillion visits to U.S. retail sites", the Xbox Series S (valued at $300 USD) dominated this year's Black Friday console sales in America.
Although the Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5 and Switch OLED are still the must-have systems, chip shortages and high demand for these products are working in favour of the XSS.
Xbox Series S is also "readily available" at various retailers in the US including GameStop and Best Buy.
Ampere Analytics earlier this month estimated Microsoft had sold around 6.7 million Xbox Series X|S combined - with GamesIndustry.biz adding that it's "at least 50/50" split, in terms of the install base.
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