The year 2020 is almost over and the year 2020 had a lot of ups and downs. While there were many positive developments and some unfortunate events, there are also many things we can look back on and say we learned from this year.
While this year wasn’t as great as the previous two, the year that we hope comes was much better than the previous two. Most of the major events that happened were positive, as well as positive to us as a community. A lot of the bad events that happened were negative, but we’ll talk about it in future articles.
The biggest positive to us as a community is the fact that Sony has finally acknowledged that PS4 and Xbox One are two different games. I am very excited to see how this plays out and how these two games will evolve. I am also very excited that we will be able to play games together on PS4 and Xbox One so that we all can feel like we have a common ground and share the same hobby.
Xbox One and PS4 are two totally different games that I want to play together on the same console. The biggest problem with the PS4 is that this new controller, which is very similar to the PS4 controller is not backwards compatible. PS4 owners are still expected to purchase PS4 games that have the PS4 controller attached, so it is not a huge problem for me since I can always play games on my PS3.
On the other hand, Xbox One owners are still required to buy Xbox One games that have the Xbox 360 controller attached in order to play with Xbox One controllers. The same game I have is on Xbox One but if I want to play on my Xbox One I have to purchase the same game and pay extra money.
With PS4 owners, most games I have are on Sony’s console, but on Xbox One I have to buy the game with the Xbox One controller sold separately. Microsoft is still selling games on both consoles though, so it’s not a big deal for me.
This is a bit of a pain for me as my Xbox One games are not on Sonys yet, but I see no reason why I can’t buy my games on both consoles. In fact, Microsoft even offers a free trial for Xbox One owners who can’t make the deal.
I would absolutely consider purchasing the game with the controller, but I have a feeling the developers probably have already sold the controllers to Microsoft’s internal sales staff.
I see no reason why the Xbox One controller cannot be used with the PS4 controller, and vice versa. There is also no reason why the Xbox One controller cannot hold a single button, and there is even a case that the Xbox One controller is compatible with the DualShock 4.
Although my guess is that it is already on them, but that is because they are likely getting their controllers sold at retail stores and not retail on their site.