In 2016, Xbox One S upgraded its set with 4K media support and added upscaling for games. In 2017, in order to stay ahead of its competition, it launched the all new Xbox One X that alleviates the entire gaming experience. The console of the new Xbox One X has a huge processing boost and is loved for delivering upscaled 4K gaming that adds to the entire gaming experience.
Not left behind, Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro is a notch higher than its own PS4, and offers a unique mix of native as well as upscaled 4K gaming. If you are looking to upgrade your gaming kit, this article will surely help you make the right choice!
Whilst the PlayStation 4 Pro works on the upgraded AMD Jaguar/Radeon chip providing 4.2 teraflops of graphics processing capabilities, in PS4 Pro, you can run your games at higher resolutions which enhances the outlook and makes the assets of the game shine. Not only this, the power of PS Pro 4 lends firmer frame rates necessary for smooth performance, along with added muscle and effects.
Xbox One X is built on the same platform as PS4 Pro, but also has an added feature of GPU that consents 6 teraflops of graphics output. Another add-on feature is of the 40 compute units which was not in the earlier version that enhances the entire console gaming experience.
Both the gaming consoles, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One is loaded with plethora of games, all thanks to third-party developers. But when it comes to exclusivity, Sony’s PS Pro 4 gets the brownies.
But when it comes to exclusives, Microsoft just hasn’t had the same kind of winning streak as Sony games like Horizon – Zero Dawn, Bloodborne, Uncharted 4 – A Thief’s End, Persona 5 and The Last of Us Premastered, makes PlayStation 4 a great pick.
Both being streaming champs, Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 Pro are quite efficient in outputting supported content from YouTube and Netflix, all at 3840×2160 pixels which gives a stunning stuff in the ever expanding 4K pile.
While PS4 Pro can handle efficiently handle VR, Xbox isn’t powered by VR. Also the list of ever expansive games in PS Pro never ends.
To sum it up, whilst Xbox One X is more power, and has better graphics along with backwards compatibility, the PS Pro is ahead when discussing exclusives and virtual reality. And the price! PS Pro is If you have a 4K TV, Xbox One X will lend the best gaming experience and will also allow you to watch UHD Blu-rays. But if you don’t have 4K TV, then opt for PlayStation 4 Pro.