Microsoft Scorpio is an impressive system, but could it be the next-gen console it has the timing to be?
We are in the middle of a big change to the console gaming space, and it is Sony that has suddenly become the big loser. With the big push toward 4K gaming, both Sony and Microsoft are releasing ‘more powerful’ versions of the PS4 and Xbox One.
Starting with the PS4 Pro, Sony will be the first to drop their upgrade this November, and yes, it will be more expensive than the existing consoles currently on the market. Continue reading Xbox Scorpio is already beating PS4 Pro
In a conference that didn’t provide any ‘wow’ factor, Sony finally revealed their newer, and more powerful PlayStation.
Officially named the PlayStation Pro, the more powerful version of the PS4 will be available in New Zealand from November 10th – at a stiff price of $649.95.
It will release just a month after the PlayStation VR and will allow Virtual Reality to run smoother thanks to its upgraded capabilities. Continue reading PlayStation Pro: Is it worth it?
Believe what you will, but one online source claims that both Sony and Microsoft are already well underway in the development process of PS4 and Xbox One’s successors.
Due to their inability to play 4K games, Sony and Microsoft may push past releasing an updated version to their current consoles, aka the PS4 Slim, and go straight to the next generation launch.
The sudden demand of VR technology is another factor at play.
Sony will soon release their VR Headset, called PlayStation VR, but some in the industry believe that only a new console with far more power can run virtual reality gaming at the standard required.
Back in September, Sony shot down rumours of a PS4 slim releasing anytime in the near future.
The next big event for Sony and Microsoft to reveal any new hardware plans would be at E3 in Los Angeles next year.