PS5 / Xbox Scarlett: 8K Won't Define New Consoles – As the next generation of consoles (PS5 and Xbox Scarlett) approaches, we have seen a number of personalities from the video game industry commenting on the stakes of Sony and Microsoft. Some to make some compliments, while others seem a little disillusioned with what is coming.
So it's no big news that the new generation will bring a big technological leap forward! After all, both the new Xbox and PlayStation 5 will bring support for Ray Tracing, 8K, 120FPS, etc…
However, one of these things doesn't seem like a big bomb to Microsoft Manager Aaron Greenberg!
It was at Gamescom that Aaron commented on the increasingly coming consoles, saying that 8K will be just a trivial part of the new generation. Saying:
“I don't know anyone developing games with 8K support. It is at heart a specification, which will not define the next generation. We are not expecting a huge offer of 8K games. ”
So while both Sony and Microsoft have given 8K resolution support a big boost… It looks like it's going to be something thatwhich simply will not be used. (No big surprises!)
However, while GM doesn't care much about 8K, it seems to have a lot of faith in 4K 120FPS! Now read:
“After all, games should run in native 4K. Which compared to the current Xbox One X, means a very significant increase in computer and graphics performance. That's why devs won't have to make as many commitments as they do now. (Where there is a bottleneck in CPU performance)
“In addition, gamers can also expect bigger worlds and greater visibility in next-generation games. And of course the loading times will be much shorter thanks to the new SSD. ”
If you don't know, both the PS5 and the new Xbox are expected to run all games at 4K60FPS… But if by chance some games hit the 120fps hit the market, I wouldn't say no!
PS5 / Xbox Scarlett: 8K Won't Define New Consoles – Besides, what do you think about all this? Share with us your opinion in the comments below.