The next generation of gaming is quickly approaching. Both the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X are expected to launch sometime this fall and their respective approaches to next gen gaming are beginning to come into view. But perhaps more than any console generation before it, the advances being touted on the PS5 and XSX are difficult to demonstrate or show to a perspective audience.
Gone are the days of massive visual leaps like we saw with the jumps from 16 to 32 bit, or the move to HD consoles like the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Now we’re talking about advances like SSD, Ray Tracing, and Teraflops. What does it all mean for players though? How will these new technologies change the way we play?
We asked folks who cover and are a part of the games industry what they were looking for in the next…
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