If that's native 4K, then that is amazing...
"Competing performance platforms catch up quickly."
The most powerful console in the world becomes better.
In the end, it's all about games, he claims.
Microsoft gives us a glimpse of their eagerly anticipated new system.
But no plans to support Scorpio yet.
Thanks to PC game development, the process becomes easy.
And no, we are not talking about the boost mode.
"We might have something to announce soon."
The potential market fate of the Scorpio, discussed.
Jonas Waever also discusses the challenges of bringing their game to consoles.
More gamers are aware of the Switch and the Pro than Scorpio to begin with.
How effective will this headstart be? That remains to be seen.
For now, it doesn't seem like they are willing to commit to it releasing on either of the new systems.
Just how much is the world's most powerful console potentially worth?
Not even close to maxing out the PS4 Pro, either.
“Every game should get access to the full capabilities of the hardware, whether the game was written two years ago for Xbox One, 10 years ago for 360, or is yet to be shipped. "
It all comes back to one thing: Show me the games.
GamingBolt's Pramath Parijat explains why this is the case.