With the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One now available at retailers, Sony and Microsoft, respectively, are battling it out for next-generation dominance. However, according to a new poll by Nielsen, it appears there may only be one true winner this holiday season.

When polling American consumers, Nielsen reported that 30 percent of activate gamers intended to purchase a PlayStation 4 console, while only 22 percent showed interest in the Xbox One.

In addition, Parks Associates held a similar poll, with 38 percent of gamers wanting to grab a PS4, and 27 percent leaning towards Xbox One.

Sony does have an edge in the next-gen wars, with its PlayStation 4 system selling for $399 compared to the Xbox One’s $499 price tag. We’ll see how the dust settles over the next four weeks.

Source: BGR