This is generally how console launches go. Launch titles are usually sparse, or not that great. Sony does have a stronger first party lineup, and this is something I have criticized Microsoft for and will continue to do so until they snap out of it. They put their exclusives on PC, which I personally love, but it makes the Xbox less appealing. Though I’m only speaking for myself, as I think the Series S will be a great value for 1080p gaming for younger generations who don’t have the money to build or by prebuilt PCs.
I already have a strong PC and a Ps4, so I really don’t need either at launch. I’m getting Spider-Man Miles Morales on the Ps4, which I think is a mistake on Sony’s part and makes the Ps5 launch weaker than it should be. I’m willing to forgo ray tracing effects to save $500. Also, the lack of backwards compatibility for Ps1 and Ps2 games is a deal breaker for me, so I’ll likely pick up a Ps5 after a couple of years. On that note, Microsoft will likely not slow down on their backwards compatibility commitments, so I’m going with them first for next gen. Though when I’ll get the Series X, I’m not sure. I have a lot of Xbox and Xbox 360 games, so I’ll need a way to play those in HD sooner or later as I don’t have an Xbox One, and they’ve stopped working on backwards compatibility for the One to focus on next gen.
I’m about to purchase the Oculus Quest 2 next month to replace my Rift S, so next gen can wait. And if Nintendo manages to release a new Switch next year, that will probably take priority over Sony and Microsoft.