The NPD released its December report, and they see the Switch and Call of Duty: Vanguard topping the hardware and software charts, respectively.
The December 2021 report shows total industry spending on hardware, content and accessories down 1% year-on-year (yoy) to $7.5 billion.
Hardware sales fell 3% from December 2020 to $1.3 billion.
The Nintendo Switch is the best-selling hardware platform among the devices sold, but it and the PlayStation 5 tied for dollar sales for the month.
inside software Growth in December in subscriptions and recurrent spending across PC, console, and mobile helped offset declines in premium game sales to keep content spend flat from a year earlier. last year, at $5.7 billion.
Call of Duty: Vanguard was the best-selling game of December, followed by Halo: Infinite, the best-selling game of the month on the Xbox platform and also leading the sales of tracked titles on PC.
Pokemon Brilliant Diamond / Shining Pearl was the third best-selling title in December, followed by Madden NFL 22 and Battlefield 2042 making the top five. Resident Evil: Village ended the year as the eighth best-selling game in the year. month.
A rundown of October’s best-selling games can be found above. The best-selling games for each console can be found in the library.
More than 2 billion dollars has been spent on mobile throughout December, becoming the 10th consecutive month that consumers spend this much on mobile games on the App Store and Google Play.
Video game revenue accessory down 9% year-on-year to $493 million. The Xbox Elite Series 2 wireless controller is the best-selling accessory in December 2021.
https://www.vg247.com/switch-call-of-duty-vanguard-top-december-npd-charts-us Call of Duty: Vanguard and Switch are the best sellers in the US for December 2021- NPD