Although Sony has yet to issue any press invitations, many have speculated that the company will release the PlayStation 5 console in late February. Late last year, rival Microsoft had a preemptive display of the Xbox Series X’s design to the public, but had not disclosed details such as internal specifications or launch dates. Interestingly, it has been revealed in recent days that the PS5 is slightly ahead of the Xbox Series X in almost every way.
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@Tidux, a well-known game product reporter, said on Twitter that the PS5’s final development kit had been released and that it performed better than the Xbox Series X in almost every major area.
It adds that both consoles have the same processor, and xboxes have better graphics processing units, but the PS5 has faster memory and more memory and SSD capacity.
If the message is correct, the PS5 should be the best choice for gamers. However, there are other rumors that Microsoft is developing two different Xbox models, one more expensive than the PS5 and the other more affordable than the PS5.
In summary, the PS5 should at least surpass the affordable Xbox model in terms of overall performance. But if the Xbox’s high-end models are also being chased by the PS5, Microsoft could run into some trouble.