Mike Wewerka commented on Shadow of War on Xbox One X is a "significant" jump over the PS4 Pro:
Hardware specs and graphics are only one part of what makes a console great. Breath of the Wild can't compete with the visuals of Horizon Zero Dawn, but that didn't stop it from garnering the most praise and highest scores in game history.
At this point, I'd be surprised and disappointed if the XBX didn't have better visuals than the PS4 Pro, its hardware is beastly, but that really means nothing if there is a lack of quality games to play. It's like having a Ferrari F430 in your garage, all gassed up and ready to go, but you have no roads to drive it on. Sure the Xbox One X has great specs, but right now, it's relying on 3rd party games to get by, games that Sony has too and with exclusives, like COD maps 30 days early, Destiny 2 with exclusive content and Red Dead next year with exclusive online content. Microsoft's first party attempts are weak, Cuphead is the best they have, Forza 7 is just okay, compared to Project Cars 2, they dropped the ball. Next year they have Sea of Thieves, which is going to bomb (trust me) and Crackdown 3 which has been torn to shreds by those who've played it. So while Microsoft boasts about the hardware advantage, Sony will sit back with a slightly less powerful PS4 Pro and ride the wave of exclusive games and content until the PS5, at which point, they'll be back in the driver's seat.
And before you think I'm just crapping on Microsoft and Xbox, listen to past episodes of the Frak podcast, I have a a One X pre-ordered, I'm looking forward to it, but I'm also a realist and don't pick sides. I play everything, I own everything. I'm a gamer, I'm not a loyalist to any one brand or company.