Physical games for the PS5 use 100GB optical disks, inserted into an optical drive that doubles as a 4K Blu-ray player, and the next-generation hardware boast a completely revamped UI.
They are all definitely worth playing. So, no hesitation, go for it. If you are into video gaming, you won't regret it. The additional benefit is that you will find a lot of inexpensive or second hand games, while the PS5 games cost a lot when they are released.
The Xbox Series X will feature a custom AMD Zen 2 processor (7nm) with a custom Navi RDNA 2 GPU that supports ray tracing, 4K gaming at 60 frames, frame rates at up to 120 frames per second, 8K resolution support and the fastest GDDR6 memory, along with variable refresh rates.
With the Xbox Series X representing a significant upgrade. It sports a custom GPU with 12 teraflops of power and 52 compute units running at 1.825GHz. That's basically the most powerful graphics processing chip in any console to date - even more powerful than the one adopted by the forthcoming PS5.
Games used for this video:
Halo Infinite - Xbox series X
Microsoft Flight Simulator - Xbox series X
Stalker 2 - Xbox series X
Far cry 6 - Xbox series X
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Title: PS5 vs Xbox Series X Raytracing Graphics Next Gen Comparison
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