The Wii was the winner of that gen with 102 million, with the Playstation 3 in second place with near 90 million (incredible, PS3 was a dead horse by day one just like the Xbox One). Xbox 360 sold A BUCH, specialy the first 4/5 years (with LOTS of exclusives, better third party games, great online service, etc etc), but, lasted in third place with 85 million. Just to remid you, RROD made pople to buy at least two consoles per user, that 85 is pretty inflated.
Sadly, hardware is not advancing as we thought. I think, in order to have a substancial leap with this gen, November 2020 release will be OK.
If i had to bet, Nov 2019 (most likely) or March 2020 with the 20 year celebration of the PS2 birthdate! I would LOVE the second one, with BEEFY wardware (Navi/Volta succesor, Ryzen 2/3, HBM2/3, 20TF) but who knows!
Sony should wait for Ryzen 2 and Navi both 7nm. Or kick the table and go with Nvidia for the GPU (not a chance).
Bloodborne 2 please, and gameplay of Ghost of Tsushima and TLOU Part II.
It's not 2005 anymore, PS5 (2019?) should cost around $600. Unless you want a shitty APU with outdated hardware all over again. Perhaps for 600 they can put a Ryzen+ with Navi in it and we will have a TRUE next generation leap.
No Next gen, no buy. $500 is Next gen price.
Me too. I dont play online i dont even connect my PS4 to the internet
I summon SEGA! Multiplatform including Switch release.
MS and Sony are going to stick to "powerfull" home consoles. Nintendo to handheld gaming only, and that's OK.
Great game! and for 10 bucks? no brainer
I bought my Nov 2013 PS4 to play Deep Down, still waiting...
I hope a Nov 2019 release with 18/20TF for $600
P L E A S E
Nov 2019 with Ryzen 3rd gen and Vega refined. 20 Teraflops. 32GB HBM3
Nintendo is handheld king since 1989, not a chance for Xbox/Playstation. Xbox/Playstation need to keep focusing on making home consoles, that's their market.
Xbox One S $199 Xbox One Scorpio (X?) $399
Xbox One X Xbox One Ultra Xbox One Plus Xbox One Scorpio
$500 MAX for a 6TF machine.
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