Just weeks after the final spin-offs of the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, we still have some fun statements to share. Microsoft chose a format similar to the one that worked with the Xbox One X and I allowed Digital Foundry to analyze the Hardware and publish it under a lease of articles and videos that explain Microsoft's capabilities and all the possibilities that the console will offer.
For its part, Sony has chosen some unique format but also in conjunction with Digital Foundry. The Japanese company shared a video that organized the canceled GDC and revealed the console's capabilities, after which Digital Foundry explained the ins and outs of the machine and compared it to others.
Both consoles are pretty good, but the Xbox Series X is so powerful and so far it has made good use of its tools when it presents itself to the public, we must remember that today no one knows what the PlayStation 5 will look like beyond the official unveiling this week.
Bill Yetwell on Xbox Series X: We have the best console ever
I think what you saw (the PS5 event marking the existence of Mark Cerny) was a product of a talk show that was originally intended for GDC, but which later turned into a marketing event.
I have always liked Tony's sermons and speeches, thinking they reveal fascinating technology. Personally, I think we have a better comforter, we don't care about power records.
In the following video you can hear him being statements and as Yetwell explains how the trade war between Sony and Microsoft coincides with a new generation of integrations, the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. Both boxes hit the market later this year and a date to be decided.