The Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 are finally arrived, capping off the most long-awaited console generation in the modern period of gaming.
There is still no way to get your hands on either console as the year 2021 winds down. Visit our Xbox Series X and Sony PlayStation 5 stock pages for the best chance of snagging a system.
This isn’t like prior generations of console battles, which have typically seen a resolution revolution because the mid-generation Xbox One X and PS4 Pro handled the transition to 4K and HDR. Although you may anticipate 8K to be the major news here, given that both manufacturers stated as much in their early marketing, neither console actually supports 8K.
Instead, the frame rate and ray tracing revolution is represented by the Xbox Series X and PS5. Faster, more responsive, and more visually appealing games still run in 4K.
The argument against the new consoles will be strengthened if we announce that you don’t have to buy one of them in order to play the latest games. To some, this will sound like a bunch of bull. Every game that you can play on a next-generation console will also play on its predecessor, with the notable exception of a few titles.
Even so, both consoles push the boundaries of gaming to new heights — one more persuasively than the other. The greatest 4K Blu-ray player and streamer are also important considerations. The battle has begun!
Play Station 5 vs. Xbox Series X: Cost Comparison
At £449 ($499, AU$749), both the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 are competitively priced.
But you won’t be able to acquire either at their recommended retail price, as the stock has been rare since launch, and spare consoles have been snatched up faster than most people can get their credit cards out of their wallets when they do surface.
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Buying a marked-up console is never a good idea, but if you’re set on getting an Xbox Series X, you’ll find that it’s cheaper than the PlayStation 5. Of the two most sought-after systems, it appears that PS5 is the most sought-after.
Each console has a disc-less variant that is less expensive. The PS5 Digital Edition costs £359 ($399, AU$599), whereas the Xbox Series S is only $249 ($299, AU$499).
There are some differences between the PS5 Digital Edition and the Xbox Series S that should be taken into consideration, such as the Xbox Series S’s reduced performance in comparison to the Xbox Series X. There isn’t really a direct competition between the two discuss next-generation systems.
Xbox vs. Play Station 5: Design
At first glance, the consoles are drastically unlike.
The Xbox Series X’s design resembles a matte black tower PC and can be used either vertically or horizontally, which is a change from the Xbox One.
There are bottom vents that pull cool air up and top outlets that blow hot air out, and it measures 30x15x15cm (hwd) and weighs 4.45kg. There is no HDMI or optical output on the Xbox One, unlike prior models.
PlayStation 5 has a far more futuristic aesthetic than Xbox Series X, which has a somewhat utilitarian design. The Xbox’s crisp, geometric design and stealthy matte black paint contrast with its curving lines and glossy white finish.
There are others who claim that the PS5’s white shell has the appearance of a high-collared catsuit, with an opening that plunges down to make a ‘V’ which could imply that this is the fifth-generation PlayStation.
The PS5 is enormous in every way. As a result of its greater height, it is noticeably slimmer than the Xbox One S (14 cm vs. 15 cm) (39cm vs 30cm). For those with limited space in their equipment racks, the PS5’s size can still be a problem, especially as you need to provide space around it for air to move.
With a single fan that is extremely huge (by console standards) for cooling, the PS5 is able to keep itself at a comfortable temperature without making a peep. Though the Xbox One X’s constant whirr can’t be totally drowned out by your TV or sound system, it’s far quieter than the Xbox One X.
When playing a 4K Blu-ray, the disc drive on both consoles is much noisier than the fan. We estimate that the PS5 is around 5 decibels quieter than the Xbox.
While neither will interfere with the movie music, you’ll notice the Xbox more in the quieter parts of the movie. Games, at least, don’t have this problem because they operate mostly on the consoles’ internal storage.
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In the end, the Xbox is the more practical of the two platforms, so it just about scrapes the victory here.
Series X vs. Play Station 5
Just so you know, there are now two PS5 models floating around: one is the original launch model, the CFI-1000, and another is the updated CFI-1100.
There isn’t a new PS5 system out there yet, so don’t freak out. The heatsink has been tweaked inside, as well as making a few other minor adjustments. Although the newer model may run hotter, both consoles offer the same level of performance and gaming quality. Having said that, let’s get started:
The PS5 appears to be outmatched by the Xbox Series X when it comes to specs. The Xbox One’s
CPU runs at 3.8GHz, while the PS5’s is clocked at 3.5GHz.
The Xbox One’s 12 teraflop graphics processor and the PlayStation 5’s 10.28 teraflop graphics processor are shared by both consoles, and AMD is the exclusive supplier of both systems’ graphics chips.
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