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Microsoft’s Xbox series X: Release date, Price and Specifications. Will it take over Sony’s PlayStation 5? Let’s find out!

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Microsoft’s Xbox series X: Well, we have a lot of details regarding PS5 and Xbox Series X. Both these consoles will be offering up to 8K resolutions, high frame rates, powerful processors, and speedy SSDs.

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PS5 is expected to come by Holiday 2020 whereas, Series X might come by November 2020. Well, the price of both these consoles is still not known. Well, we know that PS4 came in $400 while Xbox One was released in $500.

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According to several rumors both the PS5 and Xbox Series X prices are going to be around $500. According to a blog post on Xbox Wire, Series X will come from the month of November of this year. Well, Microsoft has not announced the exact date until now. However, there are chances that Microsoft will be revealing the exact date in a few months.

Well, we might hear about the release date of PS5 soon as Sony has created a pre-pre-order for its customers for the PS5. The players who are interested in buying the console can register themselves for the pre-orders. Whereas, it has not been guaranteed whether you will get a spot in the queue or not.

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The exclusives for PS5

Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Horizon II: Forbidden West, and Grand Turismo 7 are some of the exclusive titles launching for PS5.

The exclusives for Xbox Series X

After the showcase of the Series X that took place on July 23, we came across several exclusives that will be coming for the  Series X. Halo Infinite, Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2, Forza Motorsport 8, and State of Decay 3 are the exclusive games that will be coming to Series X.

PS5 vs Xbox Series X

The Playstation 5 has a GPU of 10.3 teraflops AMD RDNA 2 whereas, the Series X has a GPU of 12.0 teraflop AMD RDNA 2. Therefore, Series X has comparatively better graphics than PS.

The design of the Series X is quite conservative. Also, it will be resembling a PC tower. The next-gen console of Sony, the PS5 looks like a rounded black rectangle. The console is surrounded by two white fins, which almost converge and also has a downward triangular look.

The Series X is quite concrete about their backward compatibility as compared to PS5.

Xbox Series X and PS5 are expected to come in Holiday 2020.

Also, read Microsoft has announced that Xbox game pass will be adding four more games in July!