The PS5 is the greatest plug-and-play gaming platform available, with lightning-fast load times, a redesigned controller, and an incredible selection of launch titles. Most PS4 games will be playable on the PS5, so you won't lose out on late-gen blockbusters like The Last of Us Part II and Ghosts of Tsushima. The DualSense controller improves haptic feedback by bringing a delicate sense of touch into the gaming experience. It is powered by AMD CPUs and has a 4K Blu-ray player, putting it on par with the Xbox One S and Xbox One X. If you don't want to rely on disc drives, the PS5 Digital Edition is available for $100 cheaper.
Nintendo Switch OLED
The Switch OLED includes a 7.0-inch screen and all of the previous model's accessories. All of the former accessories can be used with the new OLED model. The OLED will not run games at greater fidelity, but it is ideal for individuals who enjoy playing high-quality Nintendo games. Overall, the regular Switch performs admirably, but the OLED model is a substantial upgrade.
Xbox Series X
The Xbox Series X features 12 TFLOPs of processing power and up to eight times the graphics performance of the Xbox One. It also includes 16GB of RAM and offers variable refresh rates, Variable Rate Shading technology, and a low-latency mode for faster gaming reactions. The cooling architecture of the console is highly efficient, to the point that you could wonder if the console is even on at times.