With the next generation of video game consoles to release at the end of this month, there has been a lot of talk and miss information about what to expect and what is going to be available when the consoles launch. We will be taking a look at the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4. So let’s get into it.
Microsoft is launching the Xbox One on November 22nd. This will mark the third gaming system that the Redmond, Washington-based company will be making.
The Xbox One is listed at $499 and will launch in 13 countries around the world. Support ing the all new Kinect 2, the Xbox One will have 20 games available the Friday it is launched.
Of these games, Forza 4, Ryse: Son of Rome and Dead Rising 3 are all first party games. These three will be the focus of Microsofts push for next gen.
As for Sony, their PlayStation 4 will launch on November 15th for $399. Boasting 23 games at launch with KillZone: Shadowfall, Knack are the only two first party disk-based games.
As the weeks unfold. There will be a lot more news to report. Look for our in depth report on the Xbox One coming at the end of the month.