If you look at the batch of new video game consoles from Microsoft and Sony this year, you will find a lot of similarities. They have similar levels of power, will play a lot of the same games, and are designed around blazing-fast drives that dramatically improve loading times for all games (practically eliminating them, in some cases). But while the PlayStation 5 feels like a hard break between “old” and “new,” the new Xbox Series X and Series S feel more like an extension of what players already had. (More on the reason there are two different “series” models in a minute.)
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