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Xbox One Vs. PS4: Comparison Between Features, Games And Price

Xbox One Vs. PS4: Comparison Between Features, Games And Price

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Xbox One Vs. PS4: Comparison Between Features, Games And Price

PS4 and Xbox One are to the gaming world what iPhone and Samsung Galaxy are to the smartphone industry. But when sales are compared, PlayStation 4 wins.

PS4 and Xbox One are to the gaming world what iPhone and Samsung Galaxy are to the smartphone industry. Whenever sales are compared, Sony’s PlayStation 4 wins the race, whether on regular days, or days like Black Fridays and Cyber Mondays.

If like every other gamer, you, too, are confused between these two most popular consoles, here is a comparison that will help you make the right decision. When it comes to graphics, both consoles do a great job. PS4 scores a point extra for its resolution. There is not much difference, though. If the availability of games is your concern, Microsoft’s Xbox One gives you biggest first-party exclusive games like:

  1. Halo 5: Guardians

  2. Rise of the Tomb Raider

  3. Gears of War: Ultimate Edition

Sony, on the other hand, offers you first-party as well third-party exclusive titles. Some of them are:

  1. Until Dawn

  2. Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection

  3. Call of Duty: Black Ops 3

  4. Destiny: The Taken King

Speaking of controllers, PS4’s DualShock 4 offers you more features than the Xbox One pad. Multi-touch, integrated light bar, internal speaker and clickable touchpad are some of the features PS4’s controller has. Xbox One’s controller offers you improved impulse triggers and great precision with the new D-pad. Both consoles are packed with almost the same specifications. For GPU, the consoles use AMD Radeon technology and AMD 8-core Jaguar processor along with 8GB of RAM.

Xbox One offers you additional features PS4 does not. It allows you to play a game as well as watch TV at the same time. The starting price of both consoles is at $349.

At the end, it is all about personal choice. But yes, reports suggest that Sony’s PlayStation 4 is more in demand than Microsoft’s Xbox One.

About Shreya Naik

Shreya likes to keep herself updated about the happenings in the Tech world, and also to cover the tiniest of activity related to all the major players in the industry. You will find her writing mostly about upcoming gadgets, new releases, their reviews and other hot stories.

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