Microsoft Xbox Series X gaming console was recently unveiled at this year’s ‘The Gaming Awards’ and it has intrigued gamers all over the world. Everyone is aware of the rivalry between Sony and Microsoft for their gaming consoles, Xbox vs PlayStation battle has going on for the last decade. But somehow, Microsoft is always losing despite giving out their best, and it will be changed from this year.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has revealed that they have big plans for Series X gaming console and they will the market from Sony’s PS 5 this year. Here are more details on the secret plans of Microsoft for winning the Xbox Series X vs PlayStation 5 war for becoming the best gaming console platform.
Microsoft have Bold Plans for Xbox Series X
Phil Spencer talked about their future plans for Xbox Series X and how they would handle the marketing for the console. He said that the company wants to improve its position in the market from this year and won’t stay the same as last year. Sony PlayStation currently owns the current generation console market and Xbox Series X will win it back for them.
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The Xbox head revealed that they have hired a new marketing boss and it was her decision to reveal the Xbox Series X console ahead of its schedule at ‘The Game Awards’, she stood up in a room and said, ‘We should go do something bold. Something we’ve never done before.’ Spencer teased about new ways or promoting and marketing Xbox Series X and expand its reach to the fans of gaming consoles.
Xbox Series X vs PlayStation 5
Xbox Series X vs PlayStation 5 battle is currently going on and within this year the winner will be revealed. As of now, both the consoles are in early stages and there are only rumors about their specs and features, nothing official is out about the machines. While we know how Microsoft’s Xbox Series X looks like, Sony has only revealed the logo for PS5 and there is not even a first look. Although, the leaks suggest that Xbox Series X has much more powerful specs than PlayStation 5.