So it looks like an interesting month for the next generation consoles, with Microsoft suggesting that the new Xbox Series X will have no exclusives at launch and Sony supposedly bowing out of E3 in favour of their own PlayStation Direct shows.
We’re all a bit eager to see more about the specs and details behind both devices, but it looks like we’re not going to have to wait much longer, with PlayStation supposedly revealing more information later in February via one of their PlayStation Direct showcases.
Analysts suggest that Sony is going to bow out of E3 for the second year running, making it the first time the company will announce a new console independently.
Meanwhile, Xbox seems to have many confused, with the console supposedly not offering any real exclusives for around a year, which is great for consumers but doesn’t exactly encourage people to jump onto the new and expensive platform straight away.
Despite that, we’re also probably going to hear more about the new streaming service from Microsoft, Project xCloud, but will Sony step up with their own PlayStation Now to combat the threat from Microsoft?
It’s still all to play for this early on in the console race, with both supposedly launching near Christmas this year.
Who do you think will come out on top this generation?