Xbox Series X
Xbox X is the fastest and most potent Xbox ever and gives a true 4K gaming experience. Xbox Series X icon flaunts incomparable load times, elevated illustrations, and up to 120FPS frame rates. With Xbox Series X, gamers are qualified to experience more energetic, forceful, and naturalistic environments.
Play Station 5 sees no boundaries with its ultimate two versions; the Standard PS 5 and PS 5 Digital Edition. The home video game console succeeded PS 4 in 2019. Compatible with Ultra HD Blu-ray discs, the base model includes an optical disc drive, while the Digital Edition lacks this drive. The solid-state drive hardware of PS 5 is customized for high-speed data streaming.
Comparison of Xbox Series X and PS 5
The Xbox Series X/S is a video game console developed by Microsoft.
PS 5 consoles line architect has been Mark Cerny.
Release and Marketing
It all started when Sony Computer Entertainment first introduced its PlayStation 2 in 1999. The company positioned the console as the centre of home entertainment because it can play video games and audio CDs and DVDs. Microsoft’s main business was to support the personal computer (PC) business with Windows operating systems, software, and games, but it saw PlayStation 2 as a threat to personal computers.
That was when four engineers of Microsoft’s DirectX team Kevin Bachus, Seamus Bleckley, Ted Hase, and DirectX team leader Otto Berke began imagining a Microsoft console that could compete with Sony’s Play station 2, would look like. They designed a system that shares many hardware components with the PC, effectively runs versions of Windows and DirectX, and runs games on the console.
What does it look like?
Xbox Series X is composed of an Xbox Series X console; a controller, Ultra High-Speed HDMI cable, and power cord are included. A standalone can be to Xbox Game Pass and the Seagate Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X | S for the complete experience.
The PlayStation 5, on the other hand, is fuelled by a custom system on a chip (SoC), having a custom 7 nm AMD Zen 2 CPU with eight cores functioning at a variable frequency capped at 3.5 GHz. The GPU is also a custom unit founded on AMD’s RDNA 2 graphics architecture.
Which Console Wins; PS 5 or Xbox X?
Here it’s between the two games, space and price. It’s a very close contest between the two. With the following features, the result of ‘who wins the battle’ will be clear.
PS5 Standard is $400 and PS5 Digital Edition is $500
Xbox X is $500
PS 5 has a more exciting collection of games, including Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Horizon II: Forbidden West, and Gran Turismo7.
Xbox series X plays Halo Infinite, Microsoft Flight Simulator, and Forza Motorsport 8.
Almost all PS4 games are backward compatible on PS5, including optimized PS4 Pro titles.
For Xbox Series X, Backward Compatibility is all Xbox One games, some Xbox 360 and original Xbox games.
PS 5 has a power 8-core 3.5 GHz AMD Zen 2.
Xbox X CPU is 8-core, 3.8 GHz AMD Zen 2
PS 5 RAM is 16 GB GDDR6, and the same is for Xbox series X (16 GB GDDR6).
PS 5 carries storage of 825 GB custom, and Xbox Series X carries SSD1 TB custom NVMe SSD.
The resolution for both PS 5 and Xbox X is up to 8K.
Again the same for both consoles… Up to 120 fps.
Optical Disc Drive
For PS 5, it’s 4 K UHD Blu-ray (Standard PS5 only); for Xbox X, it’s 4K UHD Blu-ray.
The PS5 has a PlayStation Plus update that allows you to stream some PS3 titles, as well as some titles of PS4, to PlayStation consoles and PCs. This service can be availed at $10 a month that includes streaming capabilities.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate costs $15 per month and allows you to stream games to iOS, Android, non-gaming PCs, and even Xbox consoles.
Here the winner is the Xbox Series X.
Both consoles are off to a great start yet showing good room for improvement; the Xbox Series X is a better version now. With more powerful hardware, a better design, a more complete game subscription service, and a better controller, the Xbox Series X is at the forefront of the next generation of consoles. Nevertheless, the PS5 has few characters that the Xbox Series X does not. There’s a full-featured digital console, a more inventive controller, a faster SSD, and — this is not to be understated — a better selection of exclusive games.
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