Time of upgradation is near as both Xbox One, and PlayStation has been used extensively by players over the years. Both Microsoft and Sony will be releasing there next-gen of consoles in the next or forthcoming years.
Microsoft will be coming with Xbox Project Scarlett, and its counterpart will be coming with PS5. Both the consoles will feature an AMD Navi GPU and AMD Zen 2 CPU. So at this stage, it is difficult to say which one will be a more powerful console among them.
The duo will be challenging high-end PCs as both are equipped with real-time ray tracing, a revolutionary light rendering technique. These two gaming consoles will also support 8K graphics, which will give the players every detail of the game.
Both the company seemed to go for SSD in there next generation hardware. This will undoubtedly help not to overload the system. Xbox announced that Project Scarlett would offer a 40 times SSD performance increase as compared to current generation consoles.
These next gen consoles are coming with high-end hardware, so their price will be higher than that of their previous models. As of now, no confirmation about it has come from both the parties.
Sony has announced that PS5 will have backward compatibility with all PS4 titles, but Microsoft was less clear about it. There may be a possibility that Xbox Games Pass will be used to play older titles.
The release date of PS5 is still unclear but Microsoft’s ambitious project Scarlett will be released before next year’s Christmas Holidays. Once they are in the market, then only we will be able to evaluate which one is superior.