Xbox One: Halo, Quantum Break, whatever Black Tusk is working on, and, oh, how about that little console exclusive known as Titanfall? Besides the heavy hitters, the Xbox One has room for a variety of intriguing exclusives, like D4 and Sunset Overdrive. It's also packing all the standout third-party, multiplatform games. Thing is, the majority of these upcoming releases are shooters; the Xbox One does (for now, at least) seem to be lacking some variety when it comes to AAA titles.
PS4: PS4 owners have some pretty great exclusives to look forward to, like Infamous: Second Son and Uncharted. Of course, you'll also have access to the headliner non-exclusives like Watch Dogs, Metal Gear Solid 5, and Destiny, with Sony making a bid for additional content on its systems. There are plenty of extra features that Sony has plans to implement, like taking over a friend's system, and using the Share button to upload footage directly to YouTube.