Aside from its next-generation visuals and performance, the PS5 promises to make gameplay even more immersive.
The final retail version of the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S have been previewed by journalists and influencers weeks ahead of its release.
Although this might sound discouraging, there are select PS4 games that will reportedly benefit from the "Game Boost" feature.
The publisher was previously the subject of controversy after people called out its decision to make microtransactions the central feature of its games.
Among the additions made by Microsoft is the revamped UX which will resemble that on the Xbox One. Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S
Analysts speculate the reason behind it would likely be to work on the system in order to support the latest Xbox controller.
Microsoft officially opened preorder slots for the Xbox Series X, but it seems some eager consumers got confused and ordered the Xbox One X instead.
From a design perspective, the Xbox Series S is remarkably different from the flagship Xbox Series X.
Unlike Sony's PlayStation Now, Xbox Games Pass lets users download the games directly on their console's internal storage.
Those who have signed up as Xbox Insiders can enjoy an early access preview of the new UX on their Xbox One, Xbox One X, and Xbox One S.
The information apparently comes from a Resetera user called "Sponger" who has a track record for reliable information.
Shortly after its surprise PS5 reveal in June, there has been a buzz over any tidbit related to the game system.
An image of what is supposedly a box containing Xbox Series X controllers has a warning label that reads: "Do not sell or display before November 6, 2020."
Although it did not specify the exact date, consumers can expect the Xbox Series X to be available in November.
There have been hints of a second gaming machine in development, which was supported by official documents leaked in June.
Microsoft's latest update about Project xCloud reveals several third-party accessories that have been awarded the Designed for Xbox rating.
To recall, shortly after the debut of the Xbox Series X, Microsoft assured gamers that they will not be left behind when it comes to software.
What likely hinted the development of more than one game system was the leaked benchmark results from AMD in 2019.
With beefier processors alongside more powerful computing capabilities, next-generation systems are expected to run hotter than before.
With only one installment from the genre-defining franchise released for the current-generation systems, gamers evidently demanded more.
Microsoft already assured consumers that its console will support games for the Xbox One, Xbox 360, and even the first-generation Xbox.
Xbox marketing executive Aaron Greenberg confirmed in a Twitter post that the online event is dedicated to the company's "global developers partners."
For every 1,000 points that are donated by Xbox One players, Microsoft will reportedly match it with a dollar of its own for the CDC Foundation for COVID-19.
In a podcast with the Academy of Interactive Arts, Spencer shared some ideas about how Microsoft wants to approach gaming in the near future.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, it is likely that the trend will continue just in time for the launch of the next-generation systems.
According to AMD, the hacker was able to collect test files for a collection of current and upcoming hardware for graphics.
Analysts cited that the PS5 will rely on its huge library of platform exclusives to outpace the competition.
Along with the full reveal, Microsoft showcased a one TB SSD expansion card that connects to the expansion port at the back.
The Xbox Series X packs a custom octa-core AMD Zen 2 CPU and an AMD RDNA 2 GPU capable of 12 teraflops and 52 compute units – each clocking in at 1.825 GHz.
Amid the health scare, the undermanned factories in China will not be able to meet the supply targets for international markets.