Updated on 8/11 with new information on Xbox One's EA Access
Over half a year has passed since the new-gen consoles have hit retail shelves. Neither the PS4 or Xbox One really lived up to the launches that the developers had promised. There were plenty of features that were pushed back, games like Watch Dogs were delayed, and we were left with few games to play on the new hardware. But since then both consoles have vastly improved, bringing in the features that were supposed to show up at launch and even introducing new enhancements that we never expected. But the question is: How do these two consoles stand up against each other? Well, you're about to find out.
This article is going to take a look at every aspect of the PS4 and Xbox One's game libraries, online features, and hardware capabilities and pit them against each other in a showdown. There will be no "they both win" cop out. We're telling it how it is, and there will be a winner. So, if you've been holding off on purchasing a new console, or waiting for the hype to die down to make a decision, we're about to make your buying choice easy. Here's our full breakdown.