Reddit user Oh_Gaz shared the creations, which placed 200-meter-high versions of the next generation of consoles at each of their company's respective headquarters. Here's a massive PS5 looming on the streets of Minato, Tokyo.
I know the The PS5 dimensions are large, but landing a plane on them? It's ridiculous! And here's an equally titanic Xbox Series X towering over the Redmond, Washington skyline.
Oh_Gaz modeled the consoles and added them to the PC version of Microsoft Flight Simulator - you don'twill not find while you fly yourself, although you may find a cavernous pit somewhere in Brazil .
The versions of Flight Sim are very close to their real-life counterparts, right down to the small details, although they do have some creative liberties. For example, it looks like the top grille of the Xbox Series X is glowing ... but if I were the architect tasked with creating a high-rise version of the console, I would probably go for a lot of colorful green lights as well. .
Microsoft Flight Simulator recently added more detailed recreations of the Tokyo metropolitan area , as well as Mount Fuji and other Japanese landmarks. They didn't include building-sized consoles back in the day, but luckily the community of moddeurs was there to correct this oversight.
If you want to take a better look at the new consoles 'soon- to arrive, actual counterparts, you can check out our full Xbox Series X hands-on overview , as well as 'a Burger King Commercial teasing our first look at the PS5 retail box in nature. This is a perfectly normal way to start a new generation of console, I don 't know what you are talking about!
Don't know which one to choose? Once you're done giving them an overview, check out our PS5 vs Xbox Guide Series X .