OUR TOP PICKS
A new console generation has just started, meaning that your list of the best current gen consoles to pick from is ever-growing. All of the new consoles have great graphics, powerful specs, and plenty of games to play, though there are relatively few exclusives at launch. The three big dogs are Sony with the PlayStation 5, Microsoft with the Xbox Series X, and Nintendo with the Switch.
The Sony PlayStation 4 has a large library of games you can't play anywhere else, and it’s the only game console that supports a virtual reality headset. It also comes with our favorite gaming controller, an easy-to-use interface, and support for both internal and external hard-drive upgrades.
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If you want a console that can stream 4K video and play 4K Blu-rays, if you’re invested in Microsoft-exclusive game franchises like Halo or Gears of War, or if you have a library of Xbox 360 or original-Xbox games, buy the Microsoft Xbox One S.
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PS5 (or PlayStation 5) is the next-generation PlayStation, with a release date planned for late 2020. Though Sony has remained tight-lipped about its new console, it has drip-fed us a few juicy details on what we can expect from its next-gen offering.
FIFA 21 GAMEPLAY ON PS5
This is for people who like to play games everywhere If you want a console you can disconnect from the TV and take with you, or if you just prefer Nintendo’s games, the Switch is for you.
FIFA21 GAMEPLAY ON NINTENDO SWITCH
The PlayStation Vita is the least commercially successful option available in the portable gaming market but, it is beautifully designed and comically ambitious, supported by a brilliant, deep, and varied catalogue of video games that spans decades.
The Xbox Series X released in November 10, 2020, and promises extreme specifications, similar to PlayStation 5’s. 4K (8K ready) gaming with 120 FPS? I’m not gonna lie, this is “impossible” even for a beast gaming PC, let alone a console that costs 10 times less.But of course, games are optimized differently for consoles, leaving out a lot of the “details” that make rendering very hard for GPUs, while keeping the visual result almost identical. Offering 12 Teraflops of power, the Series X is almost double in capabilities than Xbox One’s best edition.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla Gameplay on Xbox X Series
Games you must get
We complied a list of games we think you must get.
After a years-long break, God of War returned in 2018 as a revelation. It’s a frequently brutal, often moving action-adventure game teaming the series protagonist with his young son as they fight to survive against a new pantheon of gods. It’s a gorgeous, late-generation showcase of what a PS4 can really do.
Known for bright, colorful spaces with exciting, varied activities for drivers of all ages, Forza Horizon 4 is an open world set in the English countryside across a year’s worth of seasons, including a positively holiday-appropriate winter setting. And it keeps getting updates, such as a 72-player battle-royale-style mode.
The Red Dead Redemption 2 main single-player story is full of poignancy and characters that will live on long after you finish. And then there is Red Dead Online, which is a great extension to the game and is constantly updated for new challenges. Superb. It contains:
- Masterful storytelling
- Believable surroundings
- Huge open-world map
- Stunning graphics
- Excellent gun fights
- Red Dead Online is great addition
Grand Theft Auto V has been a long time coming, as fans will be all too aware. The series, often better known as GTA for short, has become synonymous with ambition – developer Rockstar North creates huge worlds filled with memorable characters and epic challenges.