@dipset Don't worry about it. 4k as it is - is very hard to get natively. So, Microsoft and Sony will have to do whatever it takes to get it natively playable. HDR is miniscule that doesn't really "add" to gameplay, it's just one of "that looks awesome" kinda thing.
This time, when I buy PS5 or whatever Microsoft, Google, and yes, apple makes - they will have to convince me that this is "future proofed" and has to convince me that this won't break on me on the first year.
The way Sony, Microsoft, Google, Apple, and yes, Nintendo will have to convince me that the console they're selling is 100% native, and none of this checkerboarding crap from PS4 Pro/Xbox One X. I really don't care how much it costs anymore, just as long as you give me a high quality console that lasts as long as the current PS4/Pro.
I love Sony and PlayStation, but I am very disappointed by PS4 Pro, considering that Sony is the hardware king... I was expecting better than that.
I want the next console to be developed with "passion." It has to show. I expect that this time around.
@ezekiel said in New Consoles?!...Again.:
I'm confident the PS5 will be backwards compatible. It will be much easier to achieve with X86 than with the weird architecture of the PS3's Cell/RSX. I look forward to playing slideshows like The Last Guardian at 60 fps or even a stable 30 at 4K. Physical games aren't gonna be killed off yet. They make a lot of money still.
However, x86 has some bottlenecks. I was in a conversation with a techie at a tech event early this year and he said x86 IS easy to develop for, but it's technically inferior to anything on the PC market. Most games are locked at 60fps, but it could go higher if Sony allowed it. PS4 Pro for another example still uses x86, but unlocks the fps to a new clockspeed. Hearing that, I felt a bit cheated, ripped off. I still love my PS4, but that doesn't change my disappointment. They fixed the issue later, but I expected better from Sony.
If you are curious, here are some videos that reflect what I'm saying now...
The next video is about YouTube in general, but just watch…
Oh, and don't expect me to buy that shitty streaming box that Microsoft is teasing with scarlett. No way. I am not going to buy into the digital only future.