PS5 has sold more than PS Vita, Wii u and Dreamcast in the UK in just 5 months

PS5 has sold more than PS Vita, Wii u and Dreamcast in the UK in just 5 months

PS5 has sold more than PS Vita

PS5 is by no means easy to find right now. The players, with each new supply of the stores, attack the digital stores in search of a console, hoping to be among the lucky ones who will be able to take it home. There are some countries that are still scoring excellent numbers, for example the United Kingdom (or UK if you prefer) where PlaStation 5 has already surpassed the sales of PS Vita, Wii U and SEGA Dreamcast.

The information arrives by Christopher Dring, signed by We specify that the sales of PS5 are not higher than those recorded by PS Vita, Wii U and SEGA Dreamcast in an identical period of time (ie about 5 months from the release) but to the total ones. More PS5s have already been placed in the UK than PS Vita, Wii U and SEGA Dreamcast have ever been sold in all their life cycles.

We are not clearly talking about three platforms with stratospheric success, but nonetheless it allows us to understand that the number of PS5s placed in players' homes is very high for the United Kingdom. At the same time, demand remains higher than supply.

We have also seen that PS5 sells more than Xbox and Switch in Spain, mid-March 2021 ranking. We will also have to see what the software results will be at the end of April, when a new PS5 exclusive will be released: Returnal, to which a new 12-minute video was recently dedicated.

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PS5 Has Already Outsold PS Vita, Nintendo Wii U, and SEGA Dreamcast in the UK

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Just how well is PlayStation 5 doing in the UK? Well, it’s hard to get a read on the next-gen format’s fortunes due to it being perpetually sold out, but a Twitter post from’s Christopher Dring puts matters into perspective: in right around five months, the system has outsold cult consoles the PS Vita, the Nintendo Wii U, and the SEGA Dreamcast in Britain. To clarify, that’s a few months of supply constrained PS5 versus the entire lifecycle of those products.

Stock has improved somewhat of late in the UK, but demand is still massively exceeding supply, which means units disappear almost as soon as they become available. For the console to be selling this well, during a pandemic, when you can’t even readily buy the thing – well, it surely suggests that PlayStation has another runaway hit on its hands, doesn’t it?