Maybe you’ve got a PS3 already and you’re trying to decide whether it’s worth the upgrade to the PS4 or maybe you’re a loyal Xbox fan, but the new PS4 has you tempted. Either way, it’s a bit of an investment and you’ll need to be certain before you jump in.
Here are some quick facts:
The PS4 has 32 times as much system memory when compared to the XboxOne
The PS4 has significantly more graphic memory
The PS4 is small and streamlined, compared to the large and bulky XboxOne
How does it compare to the old PS3?
Sony has released a statement saying that the PS4 performance is ten times that of PS3, making it a serious upgrade from the previous model. Although with the hefty price tag starting from £349.99, you’d certainly hope so.
So what other features are new to the PS3 that might make it irresistible to a gaming fan?
You can now immediately pick up any game from where you left off and the new PS4 has basically eradicated waiting times with the “suspension mode”.
You can broadcast what you’re playing on Ustream and your friends can even join in to help you with a challenging part – if you need it.
With the PS4 smartphone app you can turn your smartphone into a second screen, which is very useful if you want to use it to view other maps or parts of the game while you play live.
You can use a variety of applications (such as the web browser) while you are playing your game, making the PS4 the ultimate gaming and computer system.
PS4 is the gaming device built by gamers for gamers, to ensure the highest quality experience.
Is the PS4 price tag worth it? It’s definitely a considerable upgrade to the previous models and some would even say it far surpasses the competition. However, the price is a bit step and will drop in due course, so it might be worth waiting a few months to snag a deal.
What do you think? Are you going to buy a PS4 or an XboxOne?