Ps5 and Xbox Series X/S: As it happens, this is a great time to fulfill your holiday wish of putting a brand-new gaming system under the tree. The God of War Ragnarok bundle for the PlayStation 5, as well as the Xbox One Series X and S, are all in stock at Walmart.
Xbox Series S, which can only be played digitally, is currently discounted to $239.99 from its regular MSRP of $299.99. Pickup is available at some locations, and shipment is guaranteed before Christmas.
PS5 in Stock
Xbox Series X/S in Stock
After two years of searching in vain, it’s great to be able to just click “add to basket” and have the console arrive at your door a few days later.
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Ps5 and Xbox Series X/S Final Words
Ps5 and Xbox Series X/S Frequently Asked Questions
Is Xbox Series X better than PS5?
The graphics processing unit (GPU) in the Xbox One S Series X is more powerful than that of the PlayStation 5's, clocking in at 12 teraflops compared to 10.3 teraflops. In addition, the Xbox Series X's 3.8GHz processor is somewhat quicker than the PS5's 3.5GHz one. As far raw power, however, there isn't much of a difference between the systems.
Is Xbox Series X compatible with PS5?
In addition to supporting DirectX ray-tracing like the PS5, the Xbox One S has a lightning-fast 1TB NVMe SSD built in (which can be upgraded with a proprietary NVMe card) that may be used as virtual RAM to increase load times by as much as 40x.
Is Xbox Series S same as PS5?
Despite having a slightly more potent CPU, the Xbox Series S's GPU, RAM, and storage are all inferior to those of the PS5 Digital Edition. This means games can be played at reduced resolutions.