With The PlayStation 4 Pro already available, and Nintendo Switch and Project Scorpio coming along this year, it's time to have a deeper check about what these consoles are good and bad at, as well as the things that you should consider when thinking about whether you should buy them or not. Here are some of the Pros and Cons that you need to consider about these next generation consoles.
PlayStation 4 PRO
The PS4 Pro is already out in the open and most gamer probably had their experience with the console. One of the main highlights for the Pro is 4K gaming experience. Though it is only a slight powerful than the previous PS4, 4K gaming is still a huge upgrade towards its predecessor.
Here are the Pros and Cons of the PS4 Pro:
The very first console to be running in 4K native video games
Launched on November 10 with a great launch price for a PlayStation console
Many games are upscaled from a lower resolution
Not all the games are supporting it now
Dubbed as the most powerful console ever created, Microsoft's Xbox Scorpio features a whopping 6 teraflops of GPU, including 4K gaming and VR support. Though updates are scarce on this upcoming console, make no doubt that the Xbox Scorpio will truly not disappoint once it finally rolls out, at least that's according to Xbox Head Phil Spencer.
Here are some of the Pros and Cons of the Scorpio:
Higher native 4K resolution compared to PS4 Pro
A chance for true and high-resolution VR on console
4K difference not entirely noticeable
Potentially high price
Nintendo is a company that has no direct competitor and always like to be different and unique Amon every other console-making companies, and as of now, they are showing just that with their up and coming console, the Switch. The Nintendo Switch is a hybrid console that can be played at home or no the go.
Here are the Pros and Cons of the Nintendo Switch:
Third party developers supporting the Switch
Can potentially become the next Wii U
Not as powerful as other mentioned consoles