ByDaniel Camilo 2019-05-21 937
Only recently Sony had announced the first official details about the PlayStation 5, while Microsoft is still largely silent about the next Xbox generation. But recently a tweet and some postings on ResetEra caused some confusion in the big duel of the NextGen consoles.
First the journalist Ainsley Bowden published a tweet in which he noted at the beginning that the already known PS5 details even exceeded the hopes of some fans. He then explained that some insiders had confirmed that the Xbox Anaconda (or Xbox Scarlett) was also much more advanced in terms of hardware than previously thought.
Many fans interpreted this statement in such a way that the new Xbox will supposedly be more powerful than the PlayStation 5 - even though Bowden didn't really say exactly that. But that wasn't the end of the matter: In the forum of ResetEra a little later the well-known insider "Klobrille" took the floor, who in the past was already right several times with his leaks and prognoses. He allegedly has proof that the hardware of the Xbox Scarlett is more powerful than the PlayStation 5 and sent it to the admin of ResetEra. The latter has confirmed this in the meantime, but does not provide the corresponding information "for security reasons".
So we have no choice but to wait for the official announcements of the two consoles. Maybe after this year's E3 in Los Angeles we are already much smarter.
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