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The Harley-Davidson LiveWire S2 Del Mar electric motorcycle costs $15,499.



Harley-Davidson LiveWire Division disclosed Prices and availability of the second electric motorcycle S2 Del Mar. Shipments are due to begin in the US in July and you can reserve one now for $100. The electric car will come in three color options and cost $15,499, up $499 from the previous price target. However, the S2 Del Mar remains the most affordable LiveWire model, with the LiveWire One starting at $22,799.

LiveWire will announce final specs in June, although it has given us an idea of ​​what to expect. The brand says the Del Mar, which weighs 431 pounds, will have a range of 110 miles around town on a single charge. LiveWire claims that plugging in a Level 2 charger should take the battery from 20 percent to 80 percent in 75 minutes (no fast charging option, unfortunately). The Del Mar drivetrain is expected to deliver 184 lb-ft of torque and be able to accelerate from zero to 60 mph in 3.1 seconds.

Along with US pricing and availability, LiveWire has revealed initial S2 Del Mar information for Europe. Reservations for the S2 Del Mar European Launch Edition open on April 27 and require a €100 down payment, but only 100 electric vehicles will be available at the start. Those who purchase the S2 Del Mar Launch Edition will receive an exclusive hand-painted finish and wheel design.

European deliveries of the Launch Edition are scheduled for September. It costs €20,190 in France, €19,990 in Germany, €20,390 in the Netherlands and £18,990 in the UK. Details about the European production model will be revealed at a later date.

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PS5 sold over 2 million, sales of NS and XS dropped



William D’Angelo
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The PlayStation 5 has been the best selling console in the world since 2012787 Units sold as of March 2023, as estimated by VGChartz. PlayStation 5 sold approximately 35.80 copies. million service life of units worldwide.

The Nintendo Switch sold approximately 1,135,507 units, resulting in lifetime sales of 123.91 million units. The Xbox Series X|S sold 556,014 units, bringing their lifetime sales to 21.35 million units. The PlayStation 4 sold approximately 19,482 units, bringing its lifetime sales to 117.02 million units.

PS5 sales were up more than 927,000 units month-on-month for PS4 in 2016, and Xbox Series X|S sales were up nearly 86,000 units month-on-month for Xbox One. The PS4 sold 1,085,421 units in March 2016 and the Xbox One sold 470,161 units.

PlayStation 5 sales increased by 1,285,713 (+176.8%) compared to the same month last year. Nintendo Switch sales fell 450,340 units (-28.4%) and Xbox Series X|S sales fell 343,537 units (-38.2%). PlayStation 4 fell by 25,350 units (-56.5%) compared to last year.

On a monthly basis, PlayStation 5 sales are up nearly 74,000 units, Xbox Series X|S sales are up nearly 35,000 units, and Nintendo Switch sales are up nearly 197,000 units. Note that March is a five-week month and February is a four-week month.

Since 2023, the PlayStation 5 has sold approximately 5.28 million units, the Nintendo Switch has sold 3.21 million units, and the Xbox Series X|S has sold 1.52 million units.

Check out the sales breakdown in America here, Europe here and Japan here.

VGChartz Hardware Estimates Worldwide - PS5, PlayStation 5, Xbox, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch

Monthly sales:

March 2023 Global Hardware Estimates (Followed by lifetime sales):

  1. PlayStation 5- 2012787 (35 804 643)
  2. switches 1 135 507 (123 911 268)
  3. Xbox Series X|S – 556 014 (21 351 543)
  4. PlayStation 4- 19 482 (117 020 546)

Hardware estimates for the Americas (US, Canada, Latin America) as of March 2023:

  1. PlayStation 5- 811 288
  2. switches 392 078
  3. Xbox Series X|S – 367 728
  4. PlayStation 4- 3666

Hardware estimates for Europe as of March 2023:

  1. PlayStation 5- 597 455
  2. switches 273 576
  3. Xbox Series X|S – 133 983
  4. PlayStation 4- 5 506

Equipment Assessment for Asia (Japan, Mainland Asia, Middle East) as of March 2023:

  1. PlayStation 5 – 532 201
  2. SWITCH – 435.010
  3. Xbox Series X|S – 21,639
  4. PlayStation 4 – 10,027

Oceania Equipment Estimates (Australia and New Zealand) for March 2023:

  1. PlayStation 5 – 71,843
  2. SWITCH – 34 843
  3. Xbox Series X|S – 32,664
  4. PlayStation 4 – 283

Weekly Sale:

Global hardware estimates as of March 4, 2023:

  1. PlayStation 5- 436 317
  2. switches 233 178
  3. Xbox Series X|S – 98 649
  4. PlayStation 4- 4904

Global hardware estimates as of March 11, 2023:

  1. PlayStation 5- 410 774
  2. switches 222 565
  3. Xbox Series X|S – 106 497
  4. PlayStation 4- 3874

Global hardware estimates as of March 18, 2023:

  1. PlayStation 5- 378 024
  2. switches 219 528
  3. Xbox Series X|S – 103 072
  4. PlayStation 4- 3242

Global hardware estimates as of March 25, 2023:

  1. PlayStation 5- 417 803
  2. switches 224 084
  3. Xbox Series X|S – 128 869
  4. PlayStation 4- 3758

Global hardware estimates as of April 1, 2023:

  1. PlayStation 5- 369 869
  2. switches 236 152
  3. Xbox Series X|S – 118 927
  4. PlayStation 4- 3704

VGCartz Methodology: Equipment estimates are based on a sample of retailers and trends in selected countries, which are then extrapolated to represent a wider region. This usually allows us to get numbers that end up being within 10% of the actual totals.

This data is regularly compared with official shipping data published by console manufacturers and data obtained by regional trackers with a larger market coverage than us. We then update our own estimates to bring them in line with those numbers. This can result in frequent changes over a short period of time, but we think it’s important to prioritize accuracy over consistency.

Please note that our estimates are based on through sales data (units sold to consumers). In almost all cases, the numbers published by console manufacturers are based on shipment data (sale), when a device leaves the factory and enters the supply chain for delivery, it is considered a sale. This is why there is always a difference between company numbers (sales) and VGChartz estimates (through sales), even after adjustments have been made. The only exception is when the console has been discontinued and the remaining stock has finally sold out – at which point the numbers will match.

Lifetime and avid gamer, William D’Angelo was first introduced by VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was hired in 2010 as a junior analyst, promoted to lead analyst in 2012, and took over hardware valuation in 2017. He expanded his involvement in the gaming community by creating content on his own YouTube channel another Twitch channels. You can contact the author on twitter @TrunksWD.

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Legacy Of Kain fans are convinced that the next game in the series will soon be secretly tested



Crystal Dynamics is gearing up to secretly test one of its upcoming projects in May, and some fans are speculating that Tomb Raider developer will invite select players to try out the new Legacy of Kain game. Crystal Dynamics confirmed PCGamesN that a closed playtest will take place next month, but the studio did not mention which game would be tried out by invitation only.

“I can confirm that the invitation is genuine and comes from us,” a spokesperson for Crystal Dynamics told PCGamesN, “but I can’t give any information about what they will be testing.”

What is known is that players who completed the recent Legacy of Kain survey report received an email from Crystal Dynamics for play tests. “Crystal Dynamics will play test the new game from May 3 to May 12,” the invitation reads. “Playtests will be remote, so you can participate from home as long as you have a PC or Mac, a webcam, a microphone, and the Microsoft Teams app installed.”

More than 100,000 people completed the Legacy of Kain poll last October, according to the studio, indicating that fans have heard their desire to see the franchise return “loud and clear”. “We wanted to get the community’s input on what players are looking for if we return to the land of Nosgoth and our iconic Legacy of Kain intellectual property,” Crystal Dynamics and Eidos CEO Phil Rogers said during a call to parent company Embracer Group (via VGK).

The last real game in the series, Defiance, was released 20 years ago in 2003 and the series has been dormant since then as Crystal Dynamics worked on other projects. The developer now has a full plan in place as it co-develops the Perfect Dark reboot with Microsoft’s The Initiative and is working on a new Tomb Raider game to be published by Amazon. His previous game, Marvel’s Avengers, got its last update in March.

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SwitchSalesShop – Has anyone ordered from this place before? – Video game suggestions



Came back to my account after a few years because I saw this on Twitter.

Looking at the site and the information provided. I am 99% sure that this is a scam and will take your money and run away.

The site location is the CVS repository and the email address is temporary/discarded.

We all love deals, but it’s better not to risk it.

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