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Are PS5 and Xbox Scarlett “more of the same”?

Are PS5 and Xbox Scarlett “more of the same”?

By  Fields Corrielus 2019-06-20 1875 0

Atsuhsi Inaba from Platinum Games has now commented on the new console generation and is not exactly enthusiastic.

PS5 and Xbox Scarlett

In the last weeks and months more and more information about the Next-Gen consoles from Sony and Microsoft comes to light. How "PS5" and Xbox Scarlett compare, we have summarized you in an extra article.

There is a lot of excitement in this phase before the release of new hardware. However, Atsushi Inaba, the head of developer Platinum Games, is not very enthusiastic in an interview with VGC. For him, both the PS5 and the Xbox Scarlett offer too little new to differ from a conventional PC.

Next-Gen is very similar to a normal PC

According to Inaba, the already confirmed components of the new console generation consist solely of hardware that is already installed in current PCs.

"It's hard to get excited about something that already exists and only serves a different purpose. "

For gamers it's quite good if everything runs faster with the Nex-Gen, you get better graphics and the loading times are minimized, but for him it's just "ok" and "more of the same" compared to previous generations.

"Nothing is revolutionary or super innovative, if you ask me."

In the past, manufacturers would have developed their own chips for their consoles. These often came with problems, but in terms of performance they offered a level you hadn't seen before on the PC.

The Platinum Head of also states how Sony and Microsoft could have made him more enthusiastic.

Cloud-Caming as a real innovation

While his statement will not exactly please many fans who prefer a more conservative console, if it were up to Inaba, cloud gaming would be the topic of the future.

"For me, themes like cloud platforms represent innovation and something really, really different. These are platforms that really excite me and where I think that far more innovation is taking place. "

Accordingly, Inaba is likely to be a very big fan of Google Stadia, the new streaming platform that will be launched in November 2019. We have summarized all the information here for you:

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