Is PlayStation better than Xbox?
Technical wise, there’s all varieties of hardware and software differences in PS4 and Xbox let’s understand what is PS4 and Xbox.
PlayStation (PS4) –
PlayStation is introduced by Sony Interactive Entertainment. It is an 8th generation home video game console. It was first launched for PlayStation-3 in February 2013, and the second time it was launched on November 15 in North America, November 29 in Europe, South America and Australia, and on February 22, 2014 in Japan. When you buy a PS4, you are buying a set-top box that can do more than play video games by itself.
Of course, because it is a video game console, most of its features are related to gaming. Using Share Play, you can delegate control of your game to a friend who is skilled enough to get you through a difficult level. Cloud storage saves your games to Sony’s servers so they’re always available, even if you’re not at home.
PS4 comes in three variants PS4, PS4 slim, PS$ pro. The first version of the PS4 has probably been discontinued and store don’t reinstall that model. Either Slim or Pro, the slim is like the original PS4 version except that it tis quite slim and has optical out (S/PDIF) port.
Xbox is a video gaming brand created and owned by Microsoft. It represents a series of video game consoles developed by Microsoft, with three consoles released in the sixth, seventh and eighth generations respectively. The brand represents applications (games), streaming services, an online service called Xbox Live, and a development branch called Xbox Studio Studio. The brand was first introduced in the United States in November 2001 with the launch of the original Xbox console. Microsoft ran a promotion in late 2014.
The Xbox brand offers gamers the opportunity to play online games with the help of Xbox Live. Game developer support for Xbox is also high. Microsoft has an independent development studio to produce games exclusively for Xbox. The online community and support for Xbox is larger than other gaming consoles.
The Xbox One is the third console in the Xbox family. It included a built-in battery for the controller and a much more square design was adopted. The Xbox One fixed some of the reliability issues found in the Xbox 360, and is faster and more powerful than its predecessor, which increases memory, graphics, and CPU. Kinect was no longer an optional feature and cloud scope expanded with Xbox One. However, Xbox One is not far behind with most games and applications from previous games and two members of the Xbox family.