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Stop Waiting For Ps5 Response Updates: I Have The Xbox And Xbox Series X Series, And The Winner Is Clear

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Stop checking on PS5 restock updates, I have the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, and there is a clear winner.

Both of the new consoles stand out in different areas. The PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series support up to 8K resolutions, deliver high frame rates and include built-in SSD storage. The differentiators are significant with exclusive games, controller design and standout features.

I’ve been testing the PS5 vs. Xbox Series X connected to a Vizio OLED TV that supports the higher refresh rates in new games and that allows us to go head to head with the console capabilities on the same screen.

Ultimately the best console is the one that lets you play the games you love with your friends. Thankfully with cross-play, there is less of a concern with which consoles your friends are on, but exclusives are still the make or break feature for many gamers.

PS5 vs. Xbox Series X Price

Ultimately, the Xbox Series X is the one console I would pick.
Josh Smith

The PS5 and the Xbox Series X are excellent consoles, but they are expensive, and we know that many of our friends are spending time every day reading PS5 restock updates. With consoles that are hard to find in stock and expensive, most will need to choose just one console.

I’m lucky enough to have both consoles in hand since the release day. After using the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X for almost a month, I can pick a clear winner.

If I could only buy one console, it would be the Xbox Series X. The design is slightly easier to fit into an entertainment system, the controller is familiar and even improved, there is a deep library of games, and while Sony’s 3D Audio is good, I love the support for Dolby Atmos in games and when streaming movies.

The PlayStation 5 is a great console, and there are several exclusives that I want to play now and in 2021. The DualSense controller offers a lot of potential, and there are other likable features, but ultimately the Xbox Series X is my pick.

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