Xbox 720 And PS4 Are Going To Be Much More PC Driven – Crytek

There goes Yerli talking about stuff.

Posted By | On 14th, Apr. 2013 Under News | Follow This Author @KartikMdgl


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Crytek has shared their thoughts on next-gen consoles and mentioned that they will be much more PC driven. The consoles are made using PC architecture and it’s something that’s done to make it easier for game developers to develop games.

Furthermore, the switch to PC architecture will benefit PC as well when it comes to third-party games.

“I think the next generation of consoles are definitely going to be much more a mix of the top developers, they’re going to be much more PC driven this time around,” Yerli told OXM.

“In fact, I believe – oh I can’t talk more about that. Let’s say this: PC developers will be much more comfortable than last-gen console developers. Last gen, the move from PS2 to PS3, or Xbox to the Xbox 360, for many developers was back-breaking.

“But for us going to Xbox 360, we had to work backward, we had to bring down all our technology to make it happen. As opposed to finding ourselves in that situation with today’s PC… I’m already talking too much.”

You can read the rest of the interview here. Tell us what you think in the comments section below.

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  • Anukul

    I have never played a game as small as crysis 3!

    • hesoyamdonMonster

      what does that really mean ?

    • Anukul

      one will not notice what i say if he cares only about graphics and multiplayer

    • hesoyamdonMonster

      ok is it worth to buy crysis 3 ?

    • Anukul

      yes but icing on the cake is missing 😉

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  • N4Gtard

    Couldn’t care less about PS4. Sony=lies,overhype and underdeliver.

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  • dakan45

    So games are made on pc and downgraded for consoles


 

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