Eh, whatever. My PS3 was still widely considered "next gen" years after I bought it. Consoles have a tendency to stay "next gen" for awhile after they're out.Can the 8th gen consoles really be called "next gen" when the generation is here?
Next gen would be the 9th gen right? With the ps5 and Xbox 2.
Yeah it's ps4, there was a developer interview.Graphics looking amazing. You sure that is PS4 footage? Doubt that. Good title for my new PC though...
Yeah my points were not arguing with you directly, just when we have things like Eurogamer digital foundry comparisons it always strikes me as stupid that they say things like the PC version has the technical advantage, when of course it does when they are playing it on a $2000 gaming rig.Amazing if this would be in-game, just saw the thing muted. We'll see.
Don't want to promote PCs or whatever, but I guess most of the PCs used as gaming-rigs for the latest high-end games do have rather good graphic cards on board - lots of them more than one. The vast majority of PCs aren't used for games at all one would think - eventually not even able to boot this kind of games.
What do you think of SteamOS and Steam boxes, then? They're all going to have high-end hardware.The reality still being that yes whilst the top end PC version is going to be prettiest, the majority of PC and laptop owners (seeing as PC wise laptops far outsell desktop these days) are never ever going to be able to experience the game the way digital foundry or whoever else experienced it reviewing PC version.
Yes and will all be priced far higher than consoles, and will be very niche.What do you think of SteamOS and Steam boxes, then? They're all going to have high-end hardware.