Xbox Series S and Series X arrive on November 10 for $299 and $499

texasrattler

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I'll order a 3080 post haste. PS5 later. 3080 in a PC will crush Xbox on all the same games.

Be nice if Sony can get PS5 down to $449 and $399 for the version without the disc drive however I think it'll just end up $499 same as Series X.

It'll be worth it for the exclusive games and the innovative haptic controller which I hope will also be supported on PC. PC + PS5 will be the winning combination, just like PC + PS4 was this generation.
Innovative what? Haptic isn't anything new. Also the controller design is what MS has been using for awhile. There is no winning combination there is just pc winning. It's always won, it's always been faster, it's always been stronger. Let's not forget exclusives will now becoming to pc from both consoles. GAME OVER
 

Vulcanproject

Posts: 1,351   +2,366
Innovative what? Haptic isn't anything new. Also the controller design is what MS has been using for awhile. There is no winning combination there is just pc winning. It's always won, it's always been faster, it's always been stronger. Let's not forget exclusives will now becoming to pc from both consoles. GAME OVER

Please don't do that. It's disingenuous. Of course the technology has been seen before but not industry wide.

Show me extensive use of haptic feedback controllers in games. There is no support for the kind of design Sony have implemented and will use. It would be another nice little innovation not widely seen.
 

Duckeenie

Posts: 85   +63
Consoles are inherently walled gardens. If you don't want to be in a walled garden, don't buy a console. The only thing a disc-less console is losing is Blue-Ray movie playback in day to day use, as consoles (like PC) are increasingly digital download only for game sales.

Red dead redemption 2 xbox store : £60
Same game on Amazon : £25

Yep no point.