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The Long Awaited Release of the PS4 Keeps Gamers on the Edge of Their Seat
Everyone's excitedly trying to figure out which exactly between Sony's PlayStation 4 and
Microsoft's Xbox One will outperform the other this impending launch battle. So far, Sony has
been topping polls and boasting skyrocketing pre-orders. Sony reported that greater than 1.5
million pre-orders are in for the PS4.
Many critics predict the PlayStation 4 will easily outsell the Xbox One by a significant margin. The
results of a survey conducted by research company Lpsos and Reuters revealed that only 15% of
gamers said that they are prepared an Xbox One on the day of the launch, whereas 26%
answered that they can purchase a PS4. The skyrocketing popularity of the PS4 goes reflects that
tons of gamers just can't wait to place their hands on the next-gen gaming console.
What keeps PS4 fans quite excited about the next-gen gaming console are the exciting upgrades
and options announced by Sony. PlayStation 4's x86-64 "Jaguar" CPU, GDDR5 memory, and
8GB RAM are most definitely worth noting. On a technical level, both the PS4 and also the Xbox
One are nearly identical. However, as a whole, the PS4 still gains a solid edge over the Xbox One
because it's equipped with superior graphics and bandwidth, plus offered at a cheaper price tag.
Several developers revealed to the public that some games run at 1080p resolution on the
PlayStation 4, but solely at 720p resolution on the Xbox One. For one, the Call of Duty: Ghosts
has been confirmed to run at 1080p graphics on the PS4, but on the Xbox One it's been
confirmed to run at 720p solely. Furthermore, Ryse - one of Xbox One's games - runs at 900p
solely. This puts the PS4 at a graphical advantage over its competitor.
The PS4 comes with connectivity and sharing features that permit you to exchange messages
with friends, share gameplay, and play PS4 games via PS Vita Remote Play streaming. You will
simply notice the added sharing button to the DualShock 4 controller.
The PlayStation 4 is slated to be launched on November 15 for a price of $399, whereas the Xbox
One is planned to be released November 22 for $499. With a $100 cost distinction setting the 2
apart, along with noticeable resolution and bandwidth differences, hardcore gamers are
undoubtedly looking forward to the much-anticipated PS4.