The console war is about to resume, now with the PS5 and Xbox Series X (and possibly Xbox Series S). After all, the two manufacturers are currently finalising the details so that nothing goes wrong in the launch of the hardware, which should happen in November, if COVID make it clear is.
That said, it’s undeniable that Sony is currently at an advantage, thanks to all the success that its PS4 has had in the past generation. A success that may well propel the Japanese giant to a new generation of… success, of course.
However, Microsoft doesn’t seem to be afraid…
Microsoft is confident in the fight against PlayStation 5
So Phil Spencer (Head of the Xbox Department) said in a recent interview that he’s really confident in the advantage the Xbox Series X has over the PS5 (hardware). Now read:
“It felt great watching the PS5 presentation. I think we have a clear advantage in the technical field, something that will be noticed over time as we reveal more and more games.” Still, despite this statement, Phil Spencer also praised Sony’s work with its new console.
The performance difference between the PS5 and Xbox Series X has been one of the issues of the moment! However, there is still no consensus on the subject… What is the most powerful console?
On paper, the Xbox Series X offers more ~2 TFLOPs of computational performance on the GPU, however, many developers have already come to public that the PS5 is a superior console due to the design that is based on the super fast SSD.
In addition, it is undeniable that Sony showed much more interesting projects during the presentation event earlier this month. Including several exclusives, which historically always sit a few levels above what Microsoft offers,
However, in case you haven’t heard, Microsoft has made an authentic all-in on the gaming field! By buying studios left and right, to make the most of your ecosystem. That is, to nullify your weakness compared to Sony consoles… However, this can give rise to another weakness!
It’s just that from now on, all games that are released for Xbox will also be released for the PC. Therefore, PC players will have less reason to look at the Microsoft console, preferring to purchase a PS5 to complete their gaming experience. After all, would you rather have a PC and an Xbox, or a PC and a PS5?
Meanwhile, Microsoft is expected to hold its own event in the style of what Sony has done, to demonstrate all the projects under development for its platform. That’s where we’ll get a hint of the might of the new Xbox, and of course, what the next console war is going to be like.
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