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Self sufficiency Everyone wants details on the PlayStation 5 after Microsoft’s Xbox Series X and Series S reveal

Details on the Xbox Series X and S have finally arrived and they both look like absolutely incredible next gen gaming systems. Microsoft is calling the Series X as the most powerful gaming system ever and, when you take a look at the specs, it just might be. The Series S is the smaller, cheaper…

Self sufficiency Everyone wants details on the PlayStation 5 after Microsoft’s Xbox Series X and Series S reveal

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Details on the Xbox Series X and S have finally arrived and they both look like absolutely incredible next gen gaming systems.

Microsoft is calling the Series X as the most powerful gaming system ever and, when you take a look at the specs, it just might be. The Series S is the smaller, cheaper console that plays all of the same games. The console’s performance lags a bit next to its bigger counterpart, but it works all the same.

On Wednesday, Microsoft dropped details on both systems. They finally revealed the price for both, the pre-order date and their actual release dates. That price for the Series X is solid. But, honestly? That Series S for $299 might be a steal.

This is the tweet…

Xbox Series X: $499 (ERP)

Xbox Series S: $299 (ERP)

Release date: November 10

Pre-order starts September 22: https://t.co/Dz5bRsAuwQ | #PowerYourDreams pic.twitter.com/MadZl4OOKJ

— Xbox (@Xbox) September 9, 2020

Those are two really good prices for these systems — especially after most people thought they were going to end up paying an arm and a leg for the Series X. This is a good mark.

So, now, all eyes on the internet have turned to Sony. There’s been little to no information released about the PS5’s pre-order date, how much it’s going to cost or how accessible it will be.

Microsoft gave people a bargain — on the 25th anniversary of the PlayStation’s first release date, no less! Sony can’t let that slide, right?

The people want to know.

Last week, I was pretty sure I was switching to PS5.

The console pricing plus what looks to be one of the best deals in gaming in the form of Xbox Game Pass (now includes EA Play for no extra charge) and I’m back in the Xbox camp.

Your move Sony! pic.twitter.com/kKnhUJ5lXw

— Jamey Cane – FutEconomist (@FUT_Economist) September 9, 2020

It’s official, the price stalemate is over. Your move Sony… https://t.co/AdzYWK4sUN

— REM Is Like (@premydaremy) September 9, 2020

Alright @PlayStation

You know what time it is 😂 pic.twitter.com/cQJX4eYPyP

— MBG (@xMBGx) September 9, 2020

While Xbox is promoting All Access, Playstation is preparing their plans to roll out a real-life Battle Royale, where the few survivors can have a chance to pre order the PS5.

— Mi 🍔 les (@MilesDompier) September 9, 2020

Alright @PlayStation time to wake up

— Spawn Wave (@SpawnWaveMedia) September 9, 2020

Me refreshing Twitter for that PlayStation 5 announcement from Sony pic.twitter.com/rmq5ciu09h

— Sam Yung (@samjoeyung) September 9, 2020

So y’all gonna give us the price and pre-order dates or what…..@PlayStation pic.twitter.com/yLhLMJXgbR

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— ĆÃM (@tonymorris1212) September 9, 2020

Hopefully, we won’t have to wait too much longer. Sony may or may not have responded to the speculation on Twitter with this Ghost of Tsushima GIF.

Find some time to relax and reflect. pic.twitter.com/yO0HpXInZd

— PlayStation (@PlayStation) September 7, 2020

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