TechRadar's next-gen survey: let us know what you think about PS5 and Xbox Series X

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This year is going to be huge for gaming, with both the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X due to release in late 2020. As such, both Sony and Microsoft are already making big promises about how their new hardware will make console gaming more powerful, flexible and convenient.

Expect reduced loading times via high-speed SSD hard drives, 4k (possibly even 8K) visuals, and backward compatibility options that allow you to play your old games on new consoles. 

Some big questions remain as Sony and Microsoft jostle for your affections - not least, specifics around the launch software line up, price and release date.

As gaming’s new era edges nearer, we’d love to hear your views on PS5, Xbox Series X, and the way you play games. If you can spare five minutes to complete TechRadar's next-generation gaming survey, you’ll be in with a chance to win a £250 / $300 Amazon voucher.

Have your say today

Have you chosen your next gen gaming console? Is 8K gaming a pipe dream? Which exclusive games might tempt you to switch consoles? Let us know what you think by following the link below.

TechRadar's Next-Generation Gaming Survey (opens in new tab)

The survey is only available until 4th March 2020 (T&Cs apply*, UK and US readers only), so don't wait too long to take part. If you want to be in with a chance of winning a £250 / $300 Amazon voucher, make sure you take part today before the survey closes on 4th March. Good luck!

*Read our full T&Cs (opens in new tab)

Vic Hood
Associate Editor, TechRadar Gaming

Vic is TechRadar Gaming's Associate Editor. An award-winning games journalist, Vic brings experience from IGN, Eurogamer and more to the TechRadar table. You may have even heard her on the radio or speaking on a panel. Not only is Vic passionate about games, but she's also an avid mental health advocate who has appeared on both panels and podcasts to discuss mental health awareness. Make sure to follow her on Twitter for more.