I’ve written a number of articles about how I like this feature or that feature better on PS5 over Xbox Series X, or vice versa. But in the end, after spending close to a month with both new consoles, this is ending where I thought it probably would.
In a tie game, for now.
Simply put, there is not a whole lot to make these two consoles stand out significantly from one another. They’re both just…very good, and very powerful, and if they have problems, they often share them.
While yes, the PS5 has a price advantage with its digital version being $100 cheaper, the vast majority of the extremely limited stock produced is of the $500 disc version, just like there are way more $500 Xbox Series X’s than there are $300 Xbox Series S’s.
For sales, no one really knows the exact figures,