Gamers eager to see if new generation of systems meets expectations


A new generation of gaming is set to start in November with the new Xbox releasing on Nov. 10 and PlayStation 5 on Nov. 12. 

This will end a great era of gaming for the PS4 and the Xbox One, which debuted in 2013.
Many people were left speechless when PlayStation 4 and Xbox One were released but the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X promise to be game changers in the gaming world. 

The new Next Gen consoles are striving to be more in line with gaming PC specs as they cater to better graphics and quicker loading times.

But with these changes come new price tags. If you are interested, you better have your wallets ready.

PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X will be $629.99. That is not a small price.

But Sony and Microsoft are promising gamers that it will be worth it.

It is the first time that these gaming console companies have taken this path towards PC gaming instead of focusing on more compact console gaming.

Sony and Microsoft are promising consumers that with these consoles they are still going to get that console feel while experiencing jaw-dropping PC graphics.  

To some these changes may not mean a whole lot but to many they will.

Pre-orders for both the new Xbox and PlayStation 5 sold out in two minutes across all of North America. It is safe to say that they are going to be a big hit right off the start. 

It is also the first time that both of these companies are creating these consoles to be backwards compatible with earlier gaming consoles games, which will save users a lot of money making it so that they don’t have to repurchase all of their previous games. 

This is a huge selling point for many as people are always looking for ways to save money. 

The next generation is just around the corner and people are definitely excited about it. There are high expectations for these consoles to be game changers in the idea game industry.

But until they release, we will only be able to wait and see.