Minecraft Creator: PC Gaming Could Thrive as Big Pubs Walk Away

Recent trends show that game developers are choosing consoles over computers, but could that be a good thing for PC gamers?

According to Markus “Notch” Persson, creator of PC indie sensation Minecraft, big-name publishers are almost exclusively focusing on consoles for graphically intensive titles, only turning to the personal computer for ports. Publishers no longer see the PC as a lucrative option, mostly because of graphics cards — customers don’t have to pay to upgrade consoles’ graphical capabilities on a yearly basis.

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