4 Reasons Why PS4 is better than Xbox one


There are a lot of players who want to start a host because of some recent masterpieces. Then the question comes, how to choose, what are the advantages and disadvantages of each? The following is a summary for everyone.

1. Better graphics

The PS4 is more powerful than the Xbox One. It’s not a huge difference, but it is noticeable. For one thing, cross-platform PS4 games routinely run in higher resolution and/or with more frames per second than they do on Xbox One. Look at the figures highlighted in red on this chart for some examples. The exclusive games on PS4, like Uncharted 4 and Ratchet and Clank, have a graphical edge over Xbox One exclusives like Halo 5 and Quantum Break. It’s not a major difference, but it’s one you can see if you look at the games side-by-side.

2. Better optimized games
The Xbox One is an excellent gaming machine, but the PlayStation 4 is outselling it roughly two to one. There are a lot more PS4 owners than Xbox One owners in the world, which means many game developers will prioritize the PS4 version of their games over the Xbox One version.

3. No Kinect baggage
One reason the Xbox One is lagging behind in sales is because it originally shipped with the pricy Kinect motion controller, causing Xbox One to cost $100 more than PS4. Microsoft ditched the Kinect after six months, pricing the two consoles the same, but the sales momentum Sony’s console got hasn’t let up one bit since. The problem was that the whole Xbox One user interface was designed around players using the Kinect’s voice and motion controls to navigate it. Once Microsoft stopped packing in a Kinect with every system, it took a long time for Microsoft to optimize its operating system for controllers.

4. Better exclusive games
This one’s a matter of opinion, but right now we’d say PS4 has better exclusive games. It wasn’t always like this. For the first couple of years, we think Xbox One had better exclusives, thanks to games like Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Sunset Overdrive, Halo 5, and the Forza series. But in the past few months, the PS4 has come out with killer titles like The Witness, Ratchet & Clank, and Uncharted 4, to say nothing of older exclusives like Bloodborne and Until Dawn.

5. Better remote play
Remote play on PS4 is better because it’s much more versatile. You can stream your PS4 games to a computer running Windows or Mac. You can stream them to a PS Vita for some good old portable PS4 action. You can even stream PS4 games to another TV as long as you have a PlayStation TV hooked up to it. When it comes to remote play, the more options you have, the better.