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This the NPD data for November 2016, which covers the sales of video games for United States. This month, the gaming industry generated $1.97 billion in revenue[1]. This month marks the launch of the Playstation 4 Pro, Playstation VR and the NES Classic.

Overall[]

A total of $723.8 million for Hardware. This is down 35% from November 2015. For console software, there was a total of $955.2 million, up 18% from 2015. For PC software, there was a total of $27.5 million, up 18% from $38.1 million in 2015. For accessories, there was a total of $259.8 million, down 6% from 2015.

This month, the Playstation 4 has overtaken the Xbox One, ending the streak it has had since June. The Nintendo 3DS had its sixth straight month of year-over-year growth with sales 59% over last November. The NES Classic sold 196,000 units

Pokémon Sun and Moon achieved the strongest launch in the series, beating Pokémon Black and White by 8% despite fewer days on the market. Nintendo announced that the titles sold 3.7 million in less than 2 weeks, becoming the fastest selling games Nintendo has released at the time [2] The pair would have outsold Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare if combined as one entry.

Lists[]

  1. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
  2. Battlefield 1
  3. Pokémon Sun*
  4. Pokémon Moon*
  5. Titanfall 2
  6. NBA 2K17
  7. Madden NFL 17
  8. Watch Dogs 2
  9. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim*
  10. FIFA 17

* means no digital sales. ** means missing data from certain marketplaces like Battle.net

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