It is a never-ending battle between these to console and no doubt both consoles are the best in their own way.
Here are my top 5 reasons why Microsoft’s Xbox One X is better than Sony’s PlayStation 4.
1. The New Xbox One X has a 4K Blu-Ray drive.
If you want to play 4K Ultra-HD Blu-Rays you’ll be out of luck with the PS4 Pro. After dropping between $350 and $400 on the system, you’ll still have to go out and buy a 4K Blu-Ray player. But With the Xbox One X, you’ll be all set. The system packs a 4K Blu-Ray drive in its compact console. While streaming in 4K is a viable option, for anyone with a less robust internet connection you’ll want to stick with physical media for now, and having your 4k Blu-Ray player and video game system all in one spot.
2. Seamless Cloud Storage on Xbox One.
The Xbox One saves all of your data to the cloud by default, which means that you can start a game on your home Xbox One and pick up on a friend’s console without skipping. But If you want cloud storage on PS4, you’ll need to be subscribed to PlayStation Plus which will cost you 60$ per year. Even then, you’ll be limited to 10GB Storage, and will have to send your data to saves to the cloud manually.
3. Xbox Play Anywhere.
All first-party Xbox One games released as of fall 2016 or later support Xbox Play Anywhere, which means that you can buy a digital copy once and play it on both Xbox One and Windows 10 PC. This makes games such as Gears of War 4 and Forza Horizon 3 a great value, as you can start them on your Xbox One and pick up right where you left off on your gaming desktop or laptop all without having to buy two copies.
4. The Xbox One X is much more powerful than the PS4 Pro.
The Microsoft Xbox One X is the most powerful console ever made. It blows away all the competition, with performance rivalling some gaming PCs. Unlike the PS4, some Xbox One X games play in actual native 4K without using any tricks. The fact is, the Xbox One X boasts 6 teraflops to the PS4 Pro’s 4.2. That’s 33% more power and it shows in cross-platform games. This will continue to be a factor in coming years, as Xbox One X versions of popular games like Call of Duty and Assassin’s Creed outpace Sony’s PlayStation.
5. The Xbox One X is a better-looking console than PS4 Pro.
The original Xbox One was uglier a hulking, awkward rectangle far too bulky for its specs.
The Xbox One X, despite being more powerful, is also more compact and way more stylish than the PS4 Pro. It’s a great looking system with an internal power supply that remains remarkably quiet that will fit in with any entertainment centre.