The box art for the upcoming next-generation PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles have been revealed.
The Sony PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Xbox One gaming will battle it out when both consoles go on sale later this year. Of course, how can they do that without cover art for their retail boxes? So here they are:
Nothing fancy, just the really good-looking console box and the new Dual-Shock controller, of course with a PS Plus blue background. The retail box once again confirms the 500 GB HDD size. Sony’s PlayStation 4 will go on sale for $399, a full $100 less than Microsoft’s next-generation console. However, the bundle will not include the motion sensing PS Eye peripheral.
Check out more of our PlayStation 4 coverage here.
Microsoft’s Xbox One features specifications that are much similar to the PlayStation 4 (the PS4 being more superior, theoretically). The Xbox One console box is much bigger than the PS4, consuming a lot more space in your living room. Microsoft priced their next-generation console at $499, a full $100 more than the PS4. However, they do include their latest motion sensing Kinect 2.0 kit in the bundle.
Check out more of our Xbox One coverage here.
Source: Gaming Vlog