2020 may not deserve scrapbook review for a very large number of people, but it is undoubtedly going to be a fascinating year for gamers. Aside from a lot of exciting games, both Sony and Microsoft have delivered their innovative consoles in recent months.
The latest Microsoft Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X are available in India. The Xbox Series X is designed for gaming enthusiasts who would rather settle for nothing, while the Series S is aimed at more cost-conscious gamers.
Both new Xbox consoles have been available for pre-order since September. Business starts tomorrow. The Xbox Series X is valued at Rs 49,990 while the Xbox Series S is valued at Rs 34,990. On the other hand, the PlayStation 5 was valued at 49,990 rupees for the standard model and 39,990 rupees for the digital edition. Interest in the two game consoles was usually tremendous as the continued unpacking and early introductory shots filled the advertising considerably further.
Xbox Series X supports 120FPS interactivity in 4K targets. In addition, Microsoft supports the achievement of up to 8K HDR targets and accompanies other video highlights such as the automatic mode with low latency, the variable HDMI refresh rate and AMD FreeSync. The Xbox Series X also supports Dolby Digital 5.1 sound and Dolby TrueHD with Atmos.
The Xbox Series S offers continuous interaction with up to 1440p targets and an edge rate of up to 120 FPS. The Xbox Series S also accompanies highlights comparable to the Series X such as the Auto Low Latency Mode, the variable HDMI update rate and AMD FreeSync. In terms of stability, the Xbox Series S is no different, and supports both Dolby Digital 5.1 sound and Dolby TrueHD with Atmos.
Potential buyers of both PlayStation and Xbox consoles now have hundreds of titles to play on their new consoles.