'Destiny 2' Upgrade, Release Details on Next-Gen Consoles Revealed By Bungie

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The Xbox Series X and Series S are priced at R11,999 and R6,999, respectively.

A great new addition to the PS5 is "picture in picture" mode.

In anticipation of Xbox Series X, Microsoft has begun rolling out the new Xbox dashboard - available for Xbox One consoles first.

Bungie will launch the upgraded next-generation version of Destiny 2 on December 8 on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, the studio announced Thursday. Some even speculated that having the two consoles compete against one another would mean bad news for the Xbox and allow Sony to dominate holiday console sales. These are the games you should play before they disappear from Xbox Game's Pass' extensive games library.

The Series X will retail for $500, which is the standard price many analysts expected for an all-new device with next-generation capabilities. Thankfully, both the Series X and S include a 1TB expansion card port, though you'll have to pay a pretty penny to take advantage of it. Unsurprisingly, both Sony and Microsoft are delivering new information about their hot new platforms nearly daily, which means there's plenty for the Generation Next crew to discuss.

There is a large number of Twitter users who are now going alongside with the PlayStation 5 favoring it over the Xbox Series X. As per the base of more than 200 K Tweets, many users are now using the key hashtags such as #Xbox or #PS5 to express and share their views such on Twitter.

"We want more people to be able to play and not less people to be able to play". It also supports 120Hz FPS when playing multiplayer.

"One of the most exciting of the technologies we're introducing with Xbox Series X is Smart Delivery, which will ensure that you always play the best version of the games you own for your console, across generations".

When asked in a recent interview whether Xbox will be able to recoup the massive $7.5 billion purchase without selling games on consoles other than their Xbox family of consoles, Xbox boss Phil Spencer responded with a simple: "Yes".