PS4 vs Xbox One Games Chart from November to May Shows a Striking Difference

on April 20, 2014 6:11 PM

If you want to see exactly which games have been released on each new generation console in the past few months, and which ones will be launched in the nearest future, user Deadpixel over at NeoGAF created a very interesting comprative chart including every title that hit the shelves (physical or virtual) from November to May.

It definitely shows a striking difference. Yet, E3 will be the chance for Microsoft to turn the tables, with Xbox Division head honcho Phil Spencer having gone on record several times teasing a stellar lineup and the ID@Xbox program starting to kick into a higher gear. We’ll have to see if those promises will turn into reality and how Sony, that has kept a lower, more silent profile about its own E3 show, will react.

One thing is for sure: the chart below definitely shows that PlayStation’s early indie push has paid dividends on the short term.

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