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Both PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X have an impressive lineup of games

Published: 09:30, 05 June 2020
artwork showing PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X
PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X

Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 will both be "monster" consoles that will release with a lineup of "beautiful games". On top of this, each console will have specific advantages over the other.

Sony and Microsoft are yet to fully unveil everything about their next-gen consoles PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. And while the green team has been more open and straightforward with their marketing plans, Sony are yet to show us the PlayStation 5 design but that could happen in the upcoming weeks.

As for games, once again, Microsoft have showcased a huge chunk of games on their Inside Xbox event while Sony had plans to do the same on PlayStation 5 event, which has been delayed due to ongoing protests in the US.

Microsoft Xbox Series X artwork showing hardware specs Xbox Series X

Both sets of fans have been wondering what exactly Sony and Microsoft have in store regarding exclusives, big first-party titles. Rumour has it Microsoft's biggest games will be Halo Infinite, Perfect Dark reboot, a new Fable game, Forza Horizon 5 and a couple of other, mysterious projects.

Sony apparently have Spider-Man 2, Horizon Zero Dawn 2 in the works but these are just rumours for now and we should wait for the official reveal to see their heavy hitters.

One thing is for certain though, both consoles have an impressive lineup of games and players should be very excited for the next-gen titles. This is according to industry insider Matt who shared some details over at ResetEra forum.

Matt says that both consoles are "monsters" with "specific advantages" and will have a "beautiful" lineup of games. 

Sony artwork showing DualSense controller for ps5 DualSense

This was, of course, expected since Microsoft have been teasing their first-party games for quite some time now, saying how this lineup will be the biggest one in the history of the console. As for Sony, well, they always invest a lot of resources into exclusives so it's safe to say that it won't be different with PS5.

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