PS5 vs Xbox Series X – Which is Better?


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The Xbox Series X and the PlayStation 5 are the forthcoming next-gen games consoles from Microsoft and Sony, set to deliver more ambitious and graphically impressive gaming experiences than ever before. The Xbox Series X and PS5 are expected to release from October to December, 2020, according to Microsoft and Sony.

So far, not many games have been confirmed for either console. On the PS5, PS4 games will be able to be played. Confirmed games include Godfall, Watch Dogs: Legion, Rainbow Six Quarantine, The Elder Scrolls V. The Xbox Series X will be compatible with almost every Xbox game ever made.

The PS5 has a 8-core AMD Zen CPU, AMD Navi GPU, custom SSD, 4K Blu-ray player. Ultra-fast loading times, ray tracing, 4K visuals at 120Hz. The Xbox Series X has a custom-designed processor from AMD (making use of Zen 2 and Navi architecture). It is twice as powerful than Xbox One X, Capable of running games at 120Hz frame rates, Potential 8K resolutions. Overall, the processors of the PS5 and Xbox Series X are pretty similar.

Both consoles are estimated to be around $500, which is worth it for most people who want the consoles.Overall, the consoles are very similar, and both are going to have better graphics and processors than their last models.

This connects to engineering because both of these consoles are software engineered.

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