Graphics

The most important question in the gaming world is; which has better graphics? However, it is very difficult to answer. We are saying that it is difficult because if you compare the graphics of the current Xbox 360 with the PS3, it will vary from game to game and, in general, the difference is not that big. It all depends on the way the games are made.

The only way to judge the graphics on both consoles is to look at what’s happening under the hood, checking the GPU, CPU, and central memory of the system running the program.

Xbox One vs Sony PS4 – Controllers

Microsoft has done few minor redesigns and redesigns of the Kinect. Microsoft claims that it has made more than forty improvements. However, most of the changes are related to ergonomics. An integrated battery compartment, new triggers, and Wi-Fi Direct will come with the new controller.

PS4: moderate redesign and integrated movement

Sony has made some major changes here. Now, there will be a motion light on the back of the controller, which will work as the

Move the motion control ‘sticks’. There is also a share button that allows you to share moments from the game instantly. Sony has given Sixaxis a whole new look. However, the shape of the controllers is very close to the current model, but now users will gain more control with a trackpad that sits between the D-pad and the buttons.

Xbox ONE hardware

The Xbox One processor will be based on AMD’s Jaguar architecture. It will use an eight-core x86-64 APU clocked at 1.75GHz that comes with 8GB of DDR3 RAM with a memory bandwidth of 68.3GB / s. However, according to some reports, 3GB of RAM will be reserved for the operating system and gaming applications.

The memory subsystem will also come with an additional 32MB of “built-in static” RAM, or eSRAM, with a memory bandwidth of 102GB / s.

The console has a Blu-ray Disc optical drive and a 500GB non-replaceable hard drive.

The graphics processing unit (GPU) will run on AMD GCN. It will have a total of 768 cores running at 853 MHz providing an estimated maximum theoretical power of 1.31 TFLOPS.

The game console will feature Wi-Fi Direct, Gigabit Ethernet and 802.11n wireless networking.

The Xbox One will support video output with 4K resolution (3840×2160) (2160p) and 7.1 surround sound. The Xbox One will have an HDMI 1.4 for both input and output, however it will not support composite or component video.

PlayStation 4 Hardware

The heart of both consoles is similar. Both have a processor developed by AMD. The PlayStation 4 will also use an AMD processor. The PS4’s CPU consists of eight x86-64 cores packed with 8GB of GDDR5 memory, which will give the console considerable longevity.

The system can run at a maximum clock speed of 2.75 GHz. The PS4 will also come with secondary custom chips. This chip basically performs tasks associated with downloading, uploading, and social gaming.

The PS4 will support photos and videos at 4K resolution, but it is not expected to be able to play games beyond 1080p. The console will have a 500 GB hard drive for additional storage, which can be upgraded by the user.

For networks, the PlayStation 4 will support Bluetooth, 2 USB 3.0 ports, and WiFi. Users will be able to include an auxiliary port for connection to the PS4 camera,

A mono headset, which can be connected to the DualShock 4, will be included with the system.

Who is more powerful?

The simple answer is the PS4. Look at the technical reasons mentioned above, it is clear that the PS4 is more powerful.

Do you know that the news that the Sony PS4 is (almost) categorically more powerful than the Xbox One is one of the reasons why the PS4 stock sold out earlier than the Xbox One?

However, it’s worth noting that there are likely only minor differences in the titles released for both consoles. There is little benefit to a developer in making one version much prettier than the other.

Design

Xbox One: 3.18 kg, 10% larger than the 360 ​​& ‘big black box’ design,

PS4 – 2.8 kg, slanted design,

Xbox One is big, while the PS4 is sleeker, slimmer, and will easily fit into your space under the TV.

Xbox One Exclusive Games

  • Halo 5
  • Quantum Pause
  • Sunset Overdrive
  • Ascent of Death 3
  • Ryse
  • Forza Motorsport 5
  • Spark project
  • Titan’s Fall
  • Below
  • Murderous instinct

Exclusive PS4 games

  • Killzone: Shadowfall
  • Manna
  • The order: 1886
  • Octodad: dead list capture
  • Infamous second son
  • Driveclub

The PS4 will reportedly have more exclusives within its first year. Right now, we only have this list of exclusive games available for the PS4.

Price

This is a deal breaker, where PS4 clearly wins.

Xbox One = $ 499 (US), £ 429 (UK), and $ 599 (Australia).

PS4 = $ 399 (US), £ 349 (UK), € 399 (Europe), and $ 549 (Australia)

The PS4 camera, formerly known as the PlayStation 4 Eye, will cost $ 59 in the US, £ 54 in the UK, and $ 99 in Australia. Even after this, the PS4 is still cheaper.

Sony may have a clear advantage this holiday season, because it has been priced less than its competitor.

According to Eurogamer, Sony will have a loss of around $ 60 per unit, but it is a marketing ploy. In reality, Sony is behind typical users who buy a PlayStation Plus subscription and at least one launch title. This is why Sony hopes to make a profit on the PS4 sooner.

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