According to Superdata, Black Friday in 2020 actually saw a 10% year-on-year drop in game spending. From Black Friday to chopper Monday, total spending on video games reached $3.9 billion, down 10% from a year earlier. Among them, PC Game spending increased by 6%, but console game spending decreased by 13%, which can be attributed to the shortage of ps5 and Xbox series. “< p > < p > Superdata wrote in his blog,” the current transition is smoother than in the past, and both families of hosts allow players to buy games on older devices and upgrade to next generation versions later. ” < / P > < p > “however, some gamers seem to be waiting to be able to buy the next generation console before buying the game and experiencing the whole game in the best way, so they are not in a hurry to buy Playstation 4 and xboxone versions.” < / P > < p > the market research firm also highlighted the growth of subscription services such as Xbox game pass, which is also one of the reasons for the decrease in game spending. < / P > < p > at least in the UK, spending on physical games seems to have been similarly affected, with sales of physical games down 20% year-on-year in seven days. However, video game sales are still expected to reach a record year. Superdata reports that from January to October, perhaps the reason for the popularity of the new crown is that the spending on video games in the United States alone has increased by 32% compared with the same period last year, while global spending has increased by 13%. Didi Qingju bicycle has entered 150 cities