Which is better?

Aaron Garcia

Microsoft and Sony have talked about how great their consoles are ever since they both were launched back in November. They both are great consoles and are a significant improvement from the previous consoles. I don’t own either one of the consoles, but I know the decision would be tough to make if I could choose one. The Xbox X might look a lot more powerful if you were to write out all of its upgrades compared to the PS5. Still, in reality, the PS5 is outperforming the Xbox X according to Tom Warren from “The Verge” “he also said Microsoft’s next-gen Xbox also has higher levels of memory bandwidth and more compute units, but Sony offers developers fewer compute units running at a variable (and higher) clock rate to extract better performance out of the PS5.” Not only is sony outperforming Microsoft, but it also managed to sell more PS5s globally, although the Xbox X was the leading seller in the United States and Mexico.