Its Xbox division registers an 8% growth compared to 2016 in the last fiscal quarter.
Dribbling continues of companies that let us know their financial results for their last fiscal quarter, always finished on December 31, 2017. This time we have to talk about Microsoft, which has seen an interesting rebound in sales thanks to the launch of Xbox One X in the final stretch of last year.
Specifically, and always talking about that three-month period, the video game division recorded a growth of 8% compared to the same period last year. An increase of 303 million dollars on the income of this part of his business, which is added to the rest of the elements that make up his part of computers to reach 12.2 billion dollars in profits.
As we say, the part related to Xbox directly benefits from the increase in hardware revenue that scales 14% thanks to the premiere of that Xbox One X, while the part of services that are primarily Xbox Live and software also grow by 4%. Revenues have risen significantly for Live, but have fallen in terms of the sale of video games in an unspecified amount.
If we talk about the company in general, and including all its divisions, revenues increased 12% to 28,900 million dollars with net benefits of 8,700 million dollars: 10% more than the previous year.
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