Both Microsoft and Sony have finally shown their cards for their respective next-gen console launches, with both the PS5 and Xbox Series X set to battle out in November at the same price.
Sony’s recent showcase gave us a glimpse of many exciting games, including Final Fantasy 16, Demon’s Souls and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales. While for Xbox, it’s clear that Microsoft is focusing more on services, with its Game Pass Netflix-style platform looking more enticing by the day.
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