TechRadar’s next-gen survey: tell us what you consider PS5 and Xbox Collection X

This yr goes to be massive for gaming, with each the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X because of free up in past due 2020. As such, each Sony and Microsoft are already making large guarantees about how their new {hardware} will make console gaming extra tough, versatile and handy.

Be expecting lowered loading instances by way of high-speed SSD laborious drives, 4k (perhaps even 8K) visuals, and backward compatibility choices that help you play your outdated video games on new consoles. 

Some large questions stay as Sony and Microsoft jostle in your affections – now not least, specifics across the release instrument line up, worth and free up date.

As gaming’s new generation edges closer, we’d love to listen to your perspectives on PS5, Xbox Collection X, and the best way you play video games. If you’ll spare five mins to finish TechRadar's next-generation gaming survey, you’ll be in with an opportunity to win a £250 / $300 Amazon voucher.

Have your say nowadays

Have you ever selected your subsequent gen gaming console? Is 8K gaming a pipe dream? Which unique video games may tempt you to modify consoles? Tell us what you suppose by means of following the hyperlink beneath.

TechRadar's Next-Generation Gaming Survey

The survey is handiest to be had till 4th March 2020 (T&Cs follow*, UK and US readers handiest), so don't wait too lengthy to participate. If you wish to be in with an opportunity of successful a £250 / $300 Amazon voucher, remember to participate nowadays sooner than the survey closes on 4th March. Just right good fortune!

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