Xbox Fires Salvo At Sony’s PS4 Pro

Advertising has become more fierce and corporate brands are directly using their competitor names to show superiority.

In a recent twit, Xbox claims that their Xbox One S is better than Sony’s recently revealed console – PlayStation 4 Pro by giving a rundown of their cheaper and better Xbox One S console.

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Microsoft was quick to point out the advantage of their Xbox One S which also supports HDR, 4K gaming, Blu-ray and 40% smaller than the launch model. It also happens to be the cheapest 4K Blu-ray player you can buy in the market today.

September should be an interesting month with Sony launching the slim PlayStation 4 for $299 and $399 for the PlayStation 4 Pro in November. For Project Scorpio, which speculated to be the last console Microsoft will ever make launches during the holiday in 2017.

Xbox offers just enough to give the PS4 Pro a run for its money.

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