Xbox could own PS5 this holiday season

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Xbox sure is used to taking a lot of lumps year after year when it comes to its exclusive lineups but finally, due to the delay of Halo Infinite, it looks like Xbox will have a banner holiday.

In addition to Forza Horizon 5 reviewing well and the Halo multiplayer tests getting a lot of positive reception, Xbox may have a couple of small surprises like The Gunk to help bolster its holiday selection even further. Not to mention Game Pass has become quite the attraction on it’s own. There are also all the other exclusives on the way after 2021 as well as rumors floating around that another Bethesda level acquisition is in the works.

In other news; the Steam Deck was delayed, Amazon’s MMO New Wold is buggy and losing players, Ubisoft employees are still pissed, and Call of Duty Black Ops is back on the menu for next year.

This week’s 5-Second review asks the big questions and even though the Coming Soon section is a little smaller this week – that doesn’t mean there isn’t a gem or two in there. Pokemon Pearl and Diamond remakes are on their way as well as Battlefield 2042.

And that’s it for the description. Thanks for watching and have a great weekend!

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