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In fact, it took less than a year for the X Series console to cross the 100,000-unit threshold in Japan, while the Xbox One only sold about 114,000 units during its entire lifespan.

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Aaron Greengberg, general manager of Xbox game marketing, reacted to the news by saying, “Thank you to everyone in Japan for choosing Xbox. we appreciate it and look forward to your continued patronage.”

It will be interesting to see if Xbox can maintain its forward momentum in the Japanese market – especially if the ongoing supply shortage that has plagued this generation of consoles so far is improved.

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