The· PS5 And Xbox series X Both are extremely powerful next-generation consoles, each with the ability to load games instantly, provide smooth frame rates in 4K, and further improve the execution of older games. However, while Sony’s new console has many unique features that make it feel like a unique next-generation, it lacks one of the best of the Xbox Series X.
With Xbox Series X Xbox Series S There is a function called quick resume. You can use it to pause several games at once and resume exactly where you left off in each game. This allows you to seamlessly switch between campaign progress on Gears 5, Ori, Will of the Wisps, Forza Horizon 4, and more without having to restart each game each time. This is a huge benefit for gamers who tend to play many different things at once.
Unfortunately, PS5 doesn’t have an answer for quick resume yet. The PS5 interface has a handy “Switcher” tab where you can browse and load recently used games and apps, but when you switch to a new game on your PS5, it will start from scratch. This isn’t a big deal, but if you switch from Spider-Man: Miles Morales to Devil May Cry 5 to defeat the devil, especially if your PS5 game loads very fast, you’ll lose some momentum.
Even more frustrating, unlike the PS4, Sony’s console doesn’t warn you that the current game will be closed when you open a new game. If you’re not the type you save often, this can lead to a small loss of in-game progress.
To be fair, the PS5 does a lot of things that the Xbox Series X doesn’t do. The incredibly original Dual Sense controller provides an unprecedented level of tactile feedback on the console and looks boring when compared to the standard Xbox Series X controller. Sony’s system makes good use of SSDs, so[アクティビティ]You can jump directly into the chunks of a particular game from the menu.
Still, Quick Resume is a convenient and innovative next-generation upgrade for those who want to play many games at once, and for the time being, it’s one of the big advantages of the Xbox Series X over the PS5. Fortunately, this feature seems like it might appear on Sony consoles as a software update, so I’m looking forward to it here.