After teasing the fans for years over technological advances, features and games of their next-generation consoles, both Microsoft and Sony have released the pricing and availability for the Xbox One Series X and PS5 respectively. Making your Christmas shopping easy and complicated at the same time, both the companies have promised to make your holiday beautiful if you’ve got the required $750 for that.
Microsoft revealed that its two next-gen consoles the Xbox Series X and more affordable Xbox Series S will launch on Tuesday, November 10, 2020, for $499/£449/AU$749 and $299/£249/AU$499 respectively. Xbox Series X pre-orders will open on Tuesday, September 22. While Sony’s core PS5 (with the disc drive) will cost you $499.99/£449.99/AU$749.95, PlayStation 5 Digital Edition (without disc drive) is available in the range of $399.99/£349.99/AU$599.95. The high-built product will launch on Thursday, November 12, in USA, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea, with