The year 2020 will mark a new era console gaming. The new console generation has two competitors who will be fighting it out to conquer the gaming world – PS5 vs Xbox Series X! If you are a gamer or just a tech lover who keeps updated on the latest tech news, you may realize that these two stars of the gaming console space do share a lot in common. If we talk about performance, both are ready to deliver the best with AMD-built CPU and GPU tailored for top-end performance. Now, what are the key differences which set them apart?
PS5 vs Xbox Series X
Apart from the hardware similarities Xbox Series X vs PS5, there are some key notable differences. When we look further, there are differences including the Exclusive games, the types of subscription services, the use of controllers, compatibility to previous versions, expandable storage, form factor, among others. Their differences make them unique and set the stage for the war to do the consoles for the upcoming generation. The design is very different, for instance, PS5 features a tall and curvy design, and the Xbox Series X features a wider box-like structure, looking more like a PC than a gaming console.
Acquiring multiple gaming studies, Microsoft has done some serious moves last few years, all as a build-up to absorb into its first-party Xbox Games Studios umbrella. This means more exclusive games!
Microsoft has made significant moves in recent years by acquiring multiple development studios to bring into its first-party Xbox Games Studios umbrella. While it means that these dev teams get the support of a giant like Microsoft, it also means Xbox platforms get exclusive games. It’s tricky to talk about in definitive terms given Microsoft’s dedication to offering PC versions of first-party games, cross-generation support, and in some cases, timed exclusivity. But if we’re comparing Xbox against PlayStation, we’ll include what the consoles can offer over the other.
Some of the big names include Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2, Senua’s Sacrifice. The Medium is a new game being brought exclusively to Xbox Series X and PC. Now, the biggest of all Halo Infinite should launch with the Series X, offering an Xbox One version, too.
For PS 5, the exclusives include Deathloop and Ghostwire: Tokyo. Another exciting game is Godfall, a PS5 and PC game, which is set to launch by the end of the year.