The whole thing is incredibly subjective, it's nothing but a "my mom is better than your mom" debate, lmao.
With a PS5 in hand, I'm hyped about what Sony will do in the future. That being said, I didn't think the Microsoft + Bethesda presentation was a sleeper by any means. I wasn't SUPER stoked for a ton of games they showed, but I could see that a lot of them looked interesting and neat. I thought they all looked really good or pretty good visually too. Meanwhile I've seen a ton of people say they looked like shit or garbage. Which I feel isn't fair going by modern standards, which I felt the majority that was shown fulfilled. I can't tell if they're trolls, Sony fanboys, or just bitter/salty people with expectations that will never be met.
For me, right now, there was a lot more for me in that presentation than what I've seen what Sony has to offer, yet. I have no doubt that will change in the future, which is why I wanted a PS5 in the first place. But right now, per usual, I'm playing more and looking forward to more on PC.
In the end, I still think it's an exciting time for gaming. Especially with crossplay becoming such a normal thing now. People have the power to choose the platform they want, but are still able to play with everyone. It's amazing. I wish I had that when I was a kiddo and in my teens, but I'm so glad to see that it's becoming more of a standard thing these days.