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Best Gaming Console in India to Buy in 2022

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Its really very hard to choose the best one. Each console is best on their own. Every consoles have their advantages and disadvantages. I could help you out in choosing the right one with different perspectives.

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Choosing a right console depends on the games that are exclusively available to them, It design, Its price, Features they provide and number of games available in their library.

Before you buy a gaming console, there are multiple factors you need to look for. Below we are listing out some factors that you should always consider when you buy a gaming console You can find the list of all the gaming consoles that are sold in India on this page. Want the best gaming console prices in India? You ve come to the right place

1. Xbox Series X

Xbox Series X is Microsoft’s next generation of gaming consoles, which will be launched with the release of the PlayStation 5 Console, Sony’s next-generation gaming console.

It will be backward compatible with Xbox 360, Xbox One S, and Xbox One X games. It will support 8K Resolution Gaming with Ray Tracing in games.

It is more powerful than the PlayStation 5 in terms of power and specifications.

If the Xbox Series X releases with some good exclusives, this is the best.

But Sony has more exclusive games. So, Sony could win, too. We’ll see that in the future when both of these game consoles come to market.

Microsoft has done a great job with the Series X. From what I can see so far, it’s going to be a great console. It’s a shame that it would only be a great console. Now that there are good hardware in the Xbox, the operating system can also be improved. We can see a much closer relationship between Series X and Windows 10.

2. PS5/ PS5 Digital Edition

The PS5 digital edition will also be available in much smaller quantities due to it being less in demand. Hence the best way to get your hands on the console is to pre-order as soon as it starts up. As for pricing, the PS5 will retail at Rs 49,990 while the digital version will be available at Rs 39,990. All accessories and games will also be available in India at launch.

If you love exclusives, or you just get engrossed in gaming and don’t have a gaming PC capable of running the latest games, getting a PS5 is a great idea. If you already have a ps4/Xbox one, I would still recommend upgrading because the ps5 is a nice machine capable of playing 4k at 120fps and 8k at probably 60fps. It will eliminate download times and come at a reasonable price

3. Xbox Series S

Xbox Series S seems to be a good option for casual gamers. But wait for the PS5 Digital Edition price tag. The S Series was supposed to be priced closer to 30k instead of 35k, and I missed a chance if you ask me. In the event that the PS5 Digital version is priced at 40K, get it instead.

PS5 Digital Edition and regular PS5 have only one difference, lack of Bluray drive. Whereas in the case of the Xbox, the S series has a significantly weaker GPU compared to the X series and PS5. Don’t forget the 500GB SSD versus the PS5’s 825GB.

So wait for the PS5 digital edition pricing, if it’s 40K, it’s definitely worth the extra 5K over the S-series any day because of the bigger SSD and better GPU performance.

4. Playstation 4/ Playstation 4 Pro

The PlayStation 4 is one of the best gaming experiences of my life and it continues to be so. Exclusives are a number of reasons why the console is great. The performance is amazing. It also has multiple ways to connect with friends. I’m a little biased as I’ve never bought an Xbox console, but that’s fine too. The PS4 console is small and compact and perfect for shooting games in my opinion. For PS4 exclusives that use a touchpad, using it is very smooth. There are multiple games from other PS consoles on this system, be it from PS Now or PS Store, you can play SW The Force Unleashed GTA San Andreas Vice City,

PS4 Pro system. Only buy it if you have a 4K TV/Monitor. It is also very heavy. Same specs as above except for graphics: It’s powered by a dedicated AMD 8-core CPU of equivalent specs, clocked at 1.75GHz and the same Radeon GPU with 1.23 TFLOPS peak shader throughput and 8GB of DDR3 RAM.

5.Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Switch is one of the best consoles out there and I think it is probably the most useful console on the market right now
You cannot play Xbox One or PS4 on TV because these systems are plugged into ports.

But the Nintendo Switch, is a hybrid. You can connect it to the TV and if there is a blackout that is fine because you can turn on the Nintendo switch. It’s also a good console for local (offline) games as a family or with friends, as there are plenty of good multiplayer local games and the system is specifically designed to do just that.

I think the Nintendo Switch is a good console. Although if you’re thinking of buying one, I’d suggest you wait because Nintendo is rumored to be revealing an updated iteration of the console. Hopefully, it will be able to transfer more games that are commonly watched on PC, Xbox and Playstation.

Final Verdict

The Xbox Series X is the most powerful console ever made, and packs in 12 TFLOPS of power, 4K/120Hz support, and plenty of value. Who it’s for: Players who want to play as many new games as possible with the best visual fidelity. Why we picked the Xbox One X: The Xbox Series X is a tech powerhouse

All the major brands are easy to get into, they’re designed to be as easy as possible because they want new players to use their systems so, noob-friendly isn’t really the selling point, you’ll need to examine what you want from the console. Each platform has its pros and cons and there are a few things you need to consider.

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