PS4 Beats Xbox One Solely Because of Price, Sales Will be Equal With $399 Price – Pachter

He also believes the next generation of consoles will probably be the last.

Posted By | On 06th, Dec. 2013 Under News


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It’s been a busy day for Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter, who recently spoke to Games Industry International about the pricing for the Xbox One versus the PS4. According to Pachter, the PS4 is beating the Xbox One only because it is priced lower and if Microsoft opts for a $399 tag, sales could roughly equal to that of Sony’s.

“The reason Sony beats Microsoft is solely the price. Microsoft loses the next generation unless they cut price. If Microsoft drops its price to $399, I expect the sales to be equal to the PS4.”

Pachter also believes that talk of the PS4 or Xbox One outselling their predecessors is unrealistic. “The next generation of consoles is probably the last. We expect frequent model updates instead of new consoles. I think the PC is going to make a comeback, the PC will be the hub of all this stuff.”

Do you agree with Pachter? It’s certainly a given that the enthusiasm for new consoles will be high right now considering they’ve just released but how about down the line, especially as Valve’s PC-centric Steam Machine releases? Let us know what you think in the comments below.


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  • david

    Sorry, I have to disagree with the last section of this piece. There is no way the “PC is going to make a comback.” The trend is to minimize the PC into a tablet and allow the bulk of home based computing be through an entertainment system. The console will merge into an all in one entertainment system and will be the central hub that all tablets and computers connect to.

    • Dakan45

      here comes dan with his typical pc hating bullcrap.

      Sorry pc IS BETTER THAN IT EVER WAS.

      It has more exlusives, more support, mantle, more developers and high revenue and provides the harwdare next gen uses.


 

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