Gaming Decisions need to be made. What is going into your decision of whether you want to purchase an Xbox Series X or PS5? PS5 for the first time is going to be the physically larger console. When standing it up, it looks to be the tallest console yet to be released. For us, it matters what’s on the inside, and the games that it produces. Sony’s answer for the larger console is to fix a problem that has been lingering many PS4 users which is the console does have loud fans when under stress. The decision to space out the components on the PS5 is to reduce noise by increasing the cooling to it’s parts. For the many of us, we do notice is the system is having a loud fan in the background and does hamper the experience a bit. We hope this is not an issue for either the PS5 or the Xbox Series X.
Sony and Microsoft are making major strides in making their latest consoles backwards compatible so that there is an additional incentive for users to go ahead and invest into their new platforms. There have been many years of PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live free game downloads that people have been downloading randomly every month of their subscription. Now these games may be only available for active subscribers, but nonetheless people want to get the best value so carrying over games is definitely apart of the equation. Letting users purchase games on PS4 or Xbox One, which will play, or give you next gen version for free is also appealing to gamers. Cloud gaming will be the future where people may benefit of going with monthly paying to get access to a library of titles at their exposal in the Netflix type model where new games become available every month and some games are removed every month.
The gaming decisions conversation will need to be had2020 gaming holiday.