PS5 vs Xbox Series X Comparison COUNTDOWN LIVE - UK Price, Release Date, Specs, Games, Controller And More
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PS5 vs Xbox Series X Comparison COUNTDOWN LIVE - UK Price, Release Date, Specs, Games, Controller And More

Nick Farrell
14 July 2020

The biggest console war is underway as we lead up to the next generation of consoles - here's the PS5 and Xbox Series X comparison.

The PS5 vs Xbox Series X debate has reached another level, with both Sony and Microsoft revealing their new consoles to the public.

With both machines showing off their hardware, peripherals and a selection of games, fans are eager to hear more.

Comparisons are constantly being drawn between the price, specs, controllers, games and much much more - we're still waiting to find out what the PS5 looks like and how it compares to the Xbox Series X.

There's so much to think about regarding the release of the Sony's PS5 and the launch of Microsoft's Xbox Series X - but which console is better?

As we countdown the days to release, here's a comparison of the two consoles and ALL of the latest news and rumours.

Find the latest information on the following topics:

Who's Winning The Console War Between PS5 And Xbox Series X?

Based on the recent PS5 reveal, it could be argued that the PS5 is leading, after revealing both the console design and many great games. Although many of them do not have a release date yet.

Sony finally revealed all, after a disappointing PS5 tech deep dive, including the console and a healthy number of games such as Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Hitman 3 and Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart.

The Xbox Series X beats out Sony's new machine in almost every department. While some may be quick to realise that the difference is small, it won't stop Xbox fans parading this victory over their PlayStation rivals in the console war.

The PS5's new DualSense controller has certainly opened the door for new possibilities within gaming and create new experiences, the new PlayStation has a long way to go in winning over fans.

Xbox Series X revealed all of the details recently, including a technical deep dive as to what's running under the hood.

The Xbox Series X  will feature backwards compatibility with all past Xbox games, Quick Resume AND Smart Delivery (meaning any games you purchase on Xbox One will be free when you upgrade to the Series X).

So if you're a fan of Cyberpunk 2077 or Halo Infinite, you're in luck - you only need to purchase this game once. Although massive titles such as COD 2020 and FIFA 21 are unconfirmed to be a part of this scheme, we may be getting other Microsoft titles such as Gears 5.

Microsoft has also revealed the full specs (below), gameplay and demos of their new features.

PS5 vs Xbox Series X Comparison

If you're looking for a FULL list of confirmed next-generation titles and exclusives, you can find them below:

 PS5Xbox Series X
Price$500-700/£400-£550 (TBC)$500-700/£400-£550 (TBC)
Release DateHoliday 2020Holiday 2020
Number of Confirmed Exclusives11
Controller FeaturesUSB Type-C
Haptic Feedback
Adaptive Triggers
Create Button
Rechargeable Batteries
New Trigger and Bumper Grip
Hybrid D-Pad
Dynamic Latency Input (DLI)
Share Button
AA Batteries
CPU8x Zen 2 Cores at 3.5GHz (variable frequency)8x Cores @ 3.8 GHz (3.66 GHz w/ SMT) Custom Zen 2 CPU
GPU10.28 TFLOPs, 36 CUs at 2.23GHz (variable frequency) Custom RDNA 2 (Supports Ray Tracing and 3D Audio via Tempest Engine)12 TFLOPS, 52 CUs @ 1.825 GHz Custom RDNA 2 GPU
Die SizeTBC360.45 mm2
ProcessTBC7nm Enhanced
Memory16 GB GDDR6/256-bit16 GB GDDR6 w/ 320mb bus
Memory Bandwidth448 GB/s10GB @ 560 GB/s, 6GB @ 336 GB/s
I/O Throughput5.5GB/s (Raw), Typical 8-9GB/s (Compressed)2.4 GB/s (Raw), 4.8 GB/s (Compressed, with custom hardware decompression block)
DirectX RaytracingTBCYes
RAMN/A16GB GDDR6 RAM (13GB guaranteed for game developers)
Internal StorageCustom 825GB SSD1 TB Custom NVME SSD
Expandable StorageNVMe SSD Slot1 TB Expansion Card (matches internal storage exactly)
External StorageUSB HDD SupportSeagate Proprietary External 1TB SSD Expansion Card, USB 3.2 HDD Support
Optical Drive4K UHD Blu-Ray Drive4K UHD Blu-Ray Drive
Max Output Resolution8K8K, 4K @ 60 FPS, Up to 120 FPS
Max Refresh Rate120Hz120Hz
VR SupportYesNo
Cloud GamingRemote Play (TBA)Project X Cloud (TBC)
Subscription ServicesPlayStation Plus, PlayStation Now (Unconfirmed)Xbox Live, Xbox Game Pass
Backwards CompatibilityPS4 games, PSVRXbox, Xbox 360 and Xbox One - including accessories
DimensionsUnknown5.94 inches wide, 5.94 inches deep, and 11.85 inches high
PortsUnknownFront: One Type-A USB PortRear: 1TB External SSD Slot, Ethernet
BluetoothTBCYes (Plus Radio Connection for Controllers)
Quick ResumeTBCYes - Support multiple games at once
Smart DeliveryTBCYes


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PS5 And Xbox Series X Consoles

PS5 Console

Xbox Series X Console

PS5 And Xbox Series X Controllers

PS5 Controller

Xbox Series X Controller

The Latest News

As more leaks, news and information unravel about the Xbox Series X and PS5, we'll be updating you all right here!

Here is the latest news in the console war between Xbox Series X and PS5:

Potential New PS5 Design Leak - 14th July

A post to ResetEra from user BarrBarr shows an advertising poster revealing a new PS5 design.

The image shows the new edition of PS5 in the colours black and red.

Sony hasn't confirmed if this edition of the console is real.

It is possible that the image is fake but it's possible its an accidental leak.

Check out the black and red edition below.

Courtesy of ResetEra / BarrBarr

PS5 Pre-Order Price Could Be Revealed Today - 13th July

Two prominent PS5 predictors have stated the pre-orders could begin today.

However, there is no evidence to suggest this happening beyond their word.

The predictors are IronManPS5 and Roberto Serrano.

Both have been accurate in their predictions of PS5 news and events in the past.

As of yet, Sony has not confirmed when the PS5 will be available to pre-order, so all we can do is wait.

Valhalla Release Date Confirms PS5 and Series X Release Date? - 12th July

Yesterday, a leaked Instagram post revealed the release date of the new Assassin's Creed title; which has triggered a flurry of speculation from fans.

With Cyberpunk 2077 releasing just two days prior to Valhalla, this could allude to the release of the Series X and the PS5. 

Two of the biggest titles of 2020 releasing within 48 hours does not seem like a minor coincidence after all. 


GodFall Cover Art - 11th July

Earlier in the week, Sony showcased the box art for all games coming to the PS5. Now, the upcoming title GodFall has gone ahead and released their box art!

Check it out below.



Halo Infinite's Xbox Series X Debut Will Only Show Gameplay From The Campaign - 10th July

One of the most anticipated games of the Xbox Series Showcase is Halo Infinite.

It has been revealed that only gameplay of the campaign will be shown at the Xbox Games Showcase.

This is certainly disappointing for players that are fans of Halo's multiplayer and co-op.

However, with so much time spent waiting for Halo Infinite, fans will be excited to see any form of gameplay.

The PS5 Box Art For Horizon II And Spider-Man Has Been Revealed - 9th July

The box art for both upcoming titles has recently been revealed, check it out:

Horizon 2

Spider man Miles Morales

Microsoft Advises Third-Party Publishers To Offer Free Upgrade To Xbox Series X- 8th July

Microsoft has advised third-party publishers to offer a free game upgrade to Xbox Series X.

The company does not want publishers selling an upgrade as DLC.

Ultimately, the publishers are in control of whether upgrades will be sold.

However, Microsft's statement on the matter will no doubt influence the decision of publishers.

PS5 State Of Play Event Date Rumours - 7th July

Rumours care to circulate that the next PlayStation of State of Play event could take place in August.

This is another opportunity for Sony to reveal more first and third-party exclusives.

These upcoming events for Microsoft and Sony will ultimately determine which console comes out on top.

Epic Games Claims Next-Gen Consoles Will Have Movie Quality Visuals - 6th July

In an interview with Offical PlayStation Magazine, Epic Games chief technology officer Kim Libreri claims new Unreal Engine 5 will deliver 'movie quality' visuals on next-gen consoles.

This has only added to the hype for the graphical potential of the next-gen consoles.

It will be interesting to see how realistic the next-gen graphics will be and how games will get the full potential out of the new consoles.

Xbox Games Showcase Announced - 6th July

The Xbox Games Showcase has been given an official announcement with dates and times.

The event will take place on the 23rd July at 9am PT/5pm BST.

PS5 Price On A Marketing Survey - 5th July

Reported by Forbes, it appears the PS5 price has been noted on The Nielsen survey according to Reddit user u/youessbee.

According to the post these are the following prices: 

  • Standard PS5: £349 - $435 USD
  • Digital Only PS5: £259 - $323 USD


PS5 VS Xbox Series X Size - 4th July

Check out the size comparison of the PS5 and the Xbox Series X thanks to an estimate by notebookcheck.

From what we can tell, it appears the PS5 is massive compared to any other console.


Xbox Series X Release Date Was Delayed - July 3rd

According to a new report on Thurrot, the Xbox Series X was set to release in August, however, it was delayed to a later release this year.

This meant we could have had our hands on the next-gen console by next month if there were no delays.

Although this is disappointing, the Microsoft showcase is this month which should show us some gameplay on the new console.

Next-Gen Video Game Games Prices Could Rise - July 2nd

Publisher 2K has revealed the PS4 and Xbox One version of NBA 2K21 will cost £59.99.

However, the PS5 and Xbox Series X versions will cost £64.99.

This is an interesting development and could be a projection of an overall price increase for next-gen console video games.

This may cause some controversy with buyers as price increases are rare in the gaming industry. 

Xbox Game Studios Games In The Works - 29th June

According to @XcloudTimdog, the following games are potentially in the works:

  • Perfect Dark Reboot
  • Fable Reboot
  • Banjo
  • Halo Infinite
  • Forza
  • Outerworlds 2
  • Big Sci Fi AAA Obsidian
  • Project Gotham Racing
  • Project Mara
  • State Of Decay AAA
  • Everwild
  • InXile AAA RPG
  • Rare AAAs
  • Gears Tactics
  • Gears 6

Leaked Prices Maybe? - 28th June

Since the Playstation future of gaming event a few weeks ago, one question has been one everyone's mind, and that is of course how much the console is going to cost. 

A Twitter user by the name if @IronManFPS has been sharing PS5 news for quite some time, and went on a string of tweets with all the prices of the PS5 and accessories.

Below is one of the tweets from IronManFPS and the prices of everything they have posted.


What "Optimized For Series X" Means - 25th June

A new Xbox Wire blog post has shed some light on what the "Optimized For Series X" badge means on games, although we'd be lying if we said the Americanised spelling didn't bother us ever so slightly. 

According to the post, "Games featuring the Optimized for Xbox Series X badge can showcase anything from virtually eliminating load times via the Xbox Velocity Architecture, heightened visuals and hardware-accelerated DirectX raytracing powered by our custom, next generation GPU, to steadier and often higher framerates up to 120fps."

So they'll be smoother, faster, and prettier.

Here are the games confirmed to be optimised for Series X:

  • Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
  • Bright Memory Infinite
  • Call of the Sea 
  • Chivalry 2
  • Chorus 
  • Cyberpunk 2077
  • Destiny 2 
  • DiRT 5 
  • FIFA 21
  • Gears 5
  • Halo Infinite
  • Hitman 3
  • Madden NFL 21
  • Marvel’s Avengers
  • Outriders
  • Scarlet Nexus 
  • Scorn
  • Second Extinction 
  • The Ascent 
  • The Medium
  • Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 
  • Yakuza: Like a Dragon 

Xbox Executive Provides An Update On The July Xbox Series X Event - 24th June

Xbox marketing director Aaron Greenberg took to Twitter to reveal that the Microsoft team are prepping for the Xbox Series X event and are:

"Working hard on it".

However, Aaron provided no date for the event or any specific details surrounding the console.

Microsoft are clearly preparing for large scale event for the Xbox Series X and its execution will be a key factor in which console consumers opt for.

Cyberpunk 2077 Delay = Xbox Series X Release? - 21st June

By now, most gamers are well aware of Cyberpunk 2077 being delayed yet again, this time not until November 19th, 2020.

Some fans have noted they may have done this so it can become one of the flagship games of the Series X as soon as it releases!

It is an interesting theory that may pan out to be true come Fall 2020.

PS5 Production Line Leaked? - 20th June

A report by VGC, claims that an image surfacing on a Resetera forum has apparently showcased the Playstation 5 production line. 

Whether this image is true or not is still up in the air, so take the image with a grain of salt.

However, if it does pan out to be a real image we now can get a better understanding of how big the PS5 actually is!

PlayStation 5 to outsell Xbox Series X? - 16th June

According to industry analysts, the PS5 will outsell the Xbox Series X - but both consoles will fall short of their predecessors.

According to Piers Harding-Rolls, research director for games at Ampere Analysis (as reported by Games Industry), consoles aren't going anywhere, with both new boxes expected to entice customers. That said, he did note that console sales have dropped since the PS2-era.

He also predicts a fairly even launch, with the PS5 going on to outsell the Series X by 66 million units to 37 million. Perhaps most excitingly, Harding-Rolls also expects both consoles to launch in the price range of $450 - $500.

Updated Xbox Series X Smart Delivery Games - 15th June

The games supported by Smart Delivery have been updated including:

  • Rainbow Six Siege
  • Halo Infinite
  • Cyberpunk 2077
  • Gears 5
  • Destiny 2
  • DiRT 5
  • Scarlet Nexus
  • Chorus
  • Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2
  • Yazuka: Like A Dragon
  • The Ascent
  • Call of the Sea
  • Second Extinction
  • Metal: Hellslinger

Spider-Man PS5 Concept - 14th June

Since the big reveal last week, some creative Spide-Man fans have designed what they would hope is the special edition PS5.

Check it out below! It's amazing,. 

Photo via BossLogic

Play Asia Reveal PS5 Price - 13th June

Play Asia has revealed the price of the PS5 for customers on their site.

They were quick to remove it, but the price as spotted by @iFireMonkey displayed the console at $699.99 and it was possible to purchase the item.

Xbox Series X Will Have Thousands Of Games At Launch - 11th June

Microsoft has reminded us all that the Xbox Series X will be able to play thousands of games right out the box through Backwards Compatibility. You can check out the full post here.

Multiplatform Devs Working Around Slower Xbox Series X SSD Speed - 9th June

Microsoft’s William Stillwell, who currently manages the company’s Mixed Reality program, believes that multiplatform game developers will work around the slower SSD that the Xbox Series X has when compared to the PS5.

PS5 Event Rescheduled - 8th June

The PS5 event has been rescheduled to the 11th June according to a recent Twitch ad!

PS5 Cooling Revealed - 7th June

Although Sony has not unveiled any images of the PS5 yet, however, a new patent spotted by LetsGoDigital gives us a better understanding of the cooling mechanics within the console.

Check it out below. 


Xbox Series X Store Leak - 6th June

Many assumed upon the release of the Series X, that it would feature a brand new store as opposed to the one we have currently for the Xbox One.

This was all but confirmed when a Windows Central report surfaced yesterday. 

The new store is going to be called Mercury and there are some sneak peek images below!


Sony Updates PS5 Event Info - 4th June

Following the recent postponement of the PS5 reveal event, PlayStation's YouTube channel now states:

"This event has been postponed. We'll be in touch with a new date soon."

It's not much to go on, and there are undoubtedly more important things to worry about, but the fact that Sony has updated it shows that they're committed to keeping us in the loop.

Xbox and Playstation Stand together - 2nd June

As we head closer towards the launch of the Next Generation of Consoles later this year, the rivalry has been in full throttle. But today, both studios took their foot off the gas and came together in solidarity to amplify the voices of the Black and African American Community as they and the rest of the world speak up, protest and demand change after the recent death of George Floyd, an innocent man who died at the hands of the police.

We would like to join the studios in solidarity and echo their statements. You should take a look at this webpage talking about the matter in depth: Black Lives Matter

Sony Officially Postpones Playstation 5 Reveal Event - 1st June

Sony has released a New statement this evening announcing that they have made the decision to postpone their much anticipated Playstation 5 Event. 

The event which was set to go live on Thursday, to showcase the "Future of Gaming" and Sony's plans moving forward into the next generation of consoles, looks to have been cancelled, in light of the recent killing of George Floyd along with the anger, unrest and protests that understandably have unfolded as a result.

Sony stated in full, that: "While we understand gamers worldwide are excited to see PS5 Games, we do not feel that right now is a time for celebration, and for now, we want to stand back and allow more important voices to be heard."

They then went on to share a more corporate statement regarding the matter, going on to say in a later post: "Being silent about the violence and racism Black people experience is being complicit. We stand in solidarity today and every day with the Black community. #BlackLivesMatter"

It's currently unclear as to when the event will now take place, we'll update this article with the relevant information as soon as a rescheduled date is shared.

PS4 Games - 30th May

PS4 Developers that submit a new PlayStation 4 game for certification after July 13 will need to make sure it is compatible with PlayStation 5, according to a report.

PS5 Game Reveal Set For 4th June - 29th May

Sony will be revealing their line up of game on Thursday 4th June at 4pm EDT.

“The games coming to PS5 represent the best in the industry from innovative studios that span the globe, both larger and smaller, those newer and those more established, all have been hard at work developing games that will showcase the potential of the hardware,” Jim Ryan, president and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment Studios, said on the PlayStation Blog.

PS5 Backward Compatibility - 28th May

According to a now deleted update on PlayStation Iceland's website, the PS5 could have a feaute allowing players to "play a back catalog of supported PS4™ games with system update."

Sony could be planning to host a PS5 conference next week - 27th May

People with insider knowledge of Sony’s plans recently told Bloomberg a PS5 event maybe held as early as next week on June 3rd.

The Last of Us 2 to headline Sony's latest PlayStation Direct - 26th May

Tomorrows PlayStation Direct (27th May) will be headlined by TLOU2, and it'll go live at 9pm BST..

PS5 100 Times Faster Than PS4 - 22nd May 20:00 BST

During Sony’s recent strategy meeting, the company stated that thanks to its custom‐designed high‐speed SSD, the PS5 will be 100 times faster than its predecessor!

Xbox Game Pass is Beating PlayStation Now - 20th May 18:00 BST

Sony’s most recent quarterly results revealed that there are now 2.2 million PlayStation Now (PS Now) subscribers, which interestingly is 4 times less than Microsofts Xbox Game Pass which has over 10 million subscribers.

PS5 Rumours That 'Entire List' Of Games Are To Be Revealed In June - 18th May 17:00 BST

A Sony event for the PS5 is planned for early June and will reportedly feature the full line-up of upcoming titles.

The event is reported to go live June 4th.

Call of the Sea Not Xbox Exclusive? - 17th May 18:00 BST

The upcoming title by developer Out of the Blue was seemingly confirmed as an Xbox exclusive.

However, in a recent interview, publisher Raw Fury declined to talk about the title coming to the PS4 and PS5.

"There is no further information regarding releases on other consoles."

Could this mean a Call of the Sea PlayStation edition? Only time will tell.

Loading Screens Gone? - 16th May 14:00 BST

Could next-generation consoles really be as advanced as claimed?

Tim Sweeney, the boss of Epic Games, said that “The world of loading screens is over.”

Sony Is Happy With Its Marketing Strategy - 15th May 10:00 BST

Sony doesn't seem to be worried about the perception of its marketing strategy with the new console.

“We consider things strategically but doing our best,” Sony CFO Hiroki Totoki reportedly said. Asked to give a pass/fail grade on Sony’s efforts so far, Totoki had this to say, “As for pass or fail, I would wait for PS5 sales to make that judgement.”

PS5 is still on track for holiday 2020 launch - 14th May 20:00 BST

According to a statement issued in Sony's financial results, the PS5 is still set to launch holiday 2020.

“Regarding the launch of PlayStation 5, although factors such as employees working from home and restrictions on international travel have presented some challenges in regards to part of the testing process and the qualification of production lines, development is progressing with the launch of the console scheduled for the 2020 holiday season.” 

Epic Games Shows Off Unreal Engine 5 On PS5 - 13th May 16:00 BST

In today's Summer Game Fest, Epic Games revealed their next Unreal Engine on the PS5; which will arrive in 2021.

They also confirmed that Fortnite will arrive on next-generation consoles as a launch title, aiming to port it onto the new engine.

They have also opened Epic Online Services, giving developers free access to the same kinds of tools used to support Epic Games’ massive Fortnite player base.

HUGE PlayStation Announcement - 13th May 11:50 BST

Summer Game Fest is back again today with another reveal reportedly from Sony and PlayStation!

Yesterday, The Game Awards revealed Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 And 2 Remaster - what is it today?

You can watch the livestream here at 3.30pm BST:

Gamestop Italy tweeted yesterday that "A great return exclusive to the world of PlayStation! Curious? Keep your eyes peeled: tomorrow you will receive a special newsletter!"

PlayStation 5's Release Date Revealed Thanks To Job Listing - 12th May 13:00 BST

A new job listing has been found from Sony Interactive Entertainment that seems to leak the date of the PS5 launch!

Up until now, we've had little information about a specific release date and has simply been touted for a Holiday 2020 launch.

PS5 Time Management Tool - 12th May 20:00 BST

A Sony patent from 2018 has been discovered and it could be incredibly helpful!

Although the original patent had a picture of a PS4, it could that it has been saved for this generation, the patent suggests a tool that could remind players of upcoming tv shows, as well as letting a player know how long it will take to beat a specific level in a game.

PS5 and Xbox Series X Price - 11th May 20:00 BST

Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 are both expected this year, but neither Microsoft or Sony have revealed pricing details for their new consoles just yet. 

Bright Memory Infinite - 10th May 20:00 BST

One of the games revealed during the latest Inside Xbox is a hot topic among gamers, click here to dive into all we know!

Cyberpunk 2077 On Xbox Game Pass? - 9th May 20:00 BST

Cyberpunk 2077 is coming this year, but could it come to the Xbox Game Pass service? Find out more here!

More Xbox Series X Games To Be Revealed In July - 8th May 20:00 BST

There will be more Xbox Series X first-party games in the next Inside Xbox live-stream, which is set for July

If you didn't check out the first episode, you can check it out here!

Inside Xbox 20/20 Stream Round-Up - 7th May 16:00 BST

The stream was very game heavy but focused more on third-party titles (confirming the next stream will feature the Xbox Game Studio)

Here are the confirmed Xbox Series X games that were on show:

  • Bright Memory Infinite
  • DIRT 5
  • Scorn
  • Chorus: Rise As One
  • Madden 21 (Smart Delivery)
  • Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2
  • Call of the Sea
  • The Ascent
  • The Medium
  • Scarlet Nexus
  • Second Extinction: Reclaim Earth (Smart Delivery)
  • Yakuza: Like A Dragon (Xbox One and Windows 10)
  • Assassin's Creed: Valhalla

All Inside Xbox Footage Is Optimised For Xbox Series X - 7th May 11:00 BST

All game footage in today's Inside Xbox stream, showcasing the Xbox Series X, has been optimised for the new console.

Xbox Series X Startup Sound Teased - 6th May 00:00 BST

Here it is! The heavenly noise of the next generation!

This was posted by Microsoft themselves, in a bid to promote the big 'gameplay reveal' video coming on Thursday, 7th May.

Epic Has Added PS5 And Xbox Series X Support To Unreal Engine - 5th May 18:00 BST

Due to the latest version of Unreal Engine, version 4.25, Epic Games announced that the UE game development platform can now support Microsoft’s Xbox Series X and Sony’s PlayStation 5. 

Call of Duty Warzone Will Be Updated To Support PS5 and Xbox Series X - 4th May 9:30 BST

In an interview with GamerGen (via CODTracker), Infinity Ward has confirmed that fans who are looking at getting the new consoles can still play Warzone.

The Narrative Director for Infinity Ward has stated that they are working on updating the game to support the new models.

Xbox Series X Set To Launch On Schedule, But There's Bad News Too - 3rd May 19:00 BST

According to Microsoft’s Xbox chief, Phil Spencer, in an interview with CNBC, the Xbox Series X is on track to release on the intended date.

However, we could be waiting a while for the games... Yes, you heard that right! The XSX is on its way, but due to current circumstances, game production has slowed down drastically.

A June PS5 Reveal, According To This New Leak - 2nd May 18:00 BST

On a PS5 resetera forum, reporter Jeffrey Grubb revealed the PS5 event is "currently planned for June 4". Which is around five weeks away.

Xbox Series X Gameplay Coming – 1st May 17:30 BST

In a Tweet from the Xbox account, Microsoft has confirmed Xbox Series X gameplay is coming next week in an Inside Xbox stream.

On May 7 at 8 am PT, we'll be able to "Check out First Look next-gen gameplay from our global developers partners within #InsideXbox on Thursday, May 7 at 8am PT"

This is our first look at next-gen gameplay, and Ubisoft has confirmed that Assassin's Creed: Valhalla, will be shown. We can't wait.