Xbox boss Phil Spencer "felt good" after seeing Sony's PlayStation 5 showcase.
The Microsoft gaming chief has weighed in after their competitor gave fans a deeper look at its next generation console, but he doesn't seem too concerned.
Speaking during the recent GameLab event, he said: "Just being honest, I felt good after seeing their show.
"I think the hardware advantages that we have built are going to show up as we're talking more about our games and frame rates and other things."
He is also "really" confident about the Xbox Series X launch lineup.
He praised Sony, whose PlayStation 5 event saw them announce the ikes of 'Horizon: Forbidden West', 'Gran Turismo 7' and 'Spider-Man: Miles Morales'.
However, he is still sure the Xbox team are "in a very good position" ahead of the eventual console launches.
He added: "So I thought they did a good job.
"I thought they do what they do very well and they did that, but when I think about the position that we're in, with the games that we're going to be able to show and how they're going to show up, and the hardware advantage that we have, I think we're in a very good position."