News Starfield leak is bad news for PS5 — time to find an Xbox Series X restock

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This article is so thirsty to get PlayStation users to buy an Xbox 😂 No one should buy an Xbox because of one game especially one by Bethesda. Not after all those recent shitty games they’ve been releasing. Fallout and Elder Scrolls were HUGE disappointments and a shell of their former selves. It’s no wonder they bit at the chance to sell out to Microsoft. And no one needs to buy an Xbox to play exclusives. You just need a pc or Gamepass subscription. Someone smart would wait till Starfield releases, and wait a few months to see if it’s worth it.
 
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This article is so thirsty to get PlayStation users to buy an Xbox 😂 No one should buy an Xbox because of one game especially one by Bethesda. Not after all those recent shitty games they’ve been releasing. Fallout and Elder Scrolls were HUGE disappointments and a shell of their former selves. It’s no wonder they bit at the chance to sell out to Microsoft. And no one needs to buy an Xbox to play exclusives. You just need a pc or Gamepass subscription. Someone smart would wait till Starfield releases, and wait a few months to see if it’s worth it.
By the same logic no one should buy a PS5 just to play one game either .....

Here is another reason Sony is being left by the wayside with Bethesda ..... They won't allow modding and Bethesda's Business Model now pushes modding because it has stretched out the life and playability of games like Skyrim and Fallout 4 and Microsoft has plans to make the Xbox even more Modder friendly because the Series X and PS5 are now on par with a PC for modding because they are essentially the exact same hardware from the CPU to the GPU to the memory controller to PCIe 4.0 buss ...... This means experienced PC Modders will be easily able to port their PC mods over to the Xbox which was limited on the ancient Xbox One platform and not even possible on Sony's closed proprietary system

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By the same logic no one should buy a PS5 just to play one game either .....

Here is another reason Sony is being left by the wayside with Bethesda ..... They won't allow modding and Bethesda's Business Model now pushes modding because it has stretched out the life and playability of games like Skyrim and Fallout 4 and Microsoft has plans to make the Xbox even more Modder friendly because the Series X and PS5 are now on par with a PC for modding because they are essentially the exact same hardware from the CPU to the GPU to the memory controller to PCIe 4.0 buss ...... This means experienced PC Modders will be easily able to port their PC mods over to the Xbox which was limited on the ancient Xbox One platform and not even possible on Sony's closed proprietary system
Why buy an Xbox when all their exclusives can be played on PC or with Gamepass. There’s absolutely no reason to buy an Xbox. PlayStation however have exclusives that aren’t even accessible on PC. And Fallout 76 and ESO were complete disasters. It’s no wonder why Bethesda was quick to sell. Anyone with any brains would wait to see if starfield is even worth it. Any past consumer experience with Bethesda in the past would tell you NO ONE should pre order that game.

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