Discussion in 'Video Games' started by Llazy, Apr 3, 2018.
Reality check, $1,000 is nothing for your typical mid to large gaming/computer/graphics developer, publisher, engineer, manufacturer, etc. It's just thrown under expenses, and worth it for the intel you get from the articles and forum.
And he goes on and on about how Google moneyhatted this classic game franchise reboot and how the graphics look great and it's like... They really sent you footage/images of a major unannounced game on a fucking unannounced console from fucking Google?
2019 seems plausible. Beating MS to market at $399 has proven to be a good move.
The next Playstation is going to...
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...have better specs than PS4.
I bet this is actually a honeypot thread and Jawbreaker is just looking for an excuse to ban all of us.
Shocking Twist: SemiAccurate is owned by/partnered with Sony and this is a controlled leak and funding for the PS5's development.
2018!? LOL. Nope.
2019 would be awesone. Make is the best you can for 499 please.
This is some hc paywall bs
Is there a summary?
Do not post scans to the article. It's fine to discuss the article via a summary.
Features much better VR support.
Tons of dev kits are out in the wild.
My thoughts... the PS5 launching 2018 means that it will be built on 10-14nm, ie. It won’t be that powerful. It likely will just have crossgen games for the first two years.
An XB2 in 2020 could be built on 3-5nm, feature HBM2 ram and be significantly more powerful.
Microsoft’s biggest screw up is not making the XB1 compatible with the Oculus, the Vice or their own VR headsets. VR is going to be big next gen and MS allowed Sony to get a solid foothold completely unopposed (though the current PSVR headset and motion controllers are of very poor quality imo, the next ones won’t be).
I hope it doesn't come out that soon
Jawbreaker and Jawmuncher ?
I don't blame you
Thanks though. :)
No chance in hell of that happening. PS5 will launch with Navi GPU arch on the 7nm. For a 2018 launch they will need to ramp up to volume production from the beginning of this year in order to stockpile enough inventory for a simultaneous worldwide launch... only problem is, 7nm isn't yet ready for volume production.
No way Sony launches on a fresh 7nm node. 2019 the 7nm process will be mature, meaning better production yields thus a stronger product. Fall 2020 could even allow for a launch on the 7nm EUV process, which I've heard is a real game-changer in semi-conductor manufacturing process technology. No reason to rush out the PS5 with the PS4 selling so well, and every reason to wait it out and launch with a more capable system.
I'm expecting a Feb 2019 reveal with fall 2019 launch
Does anyone have a copy of the image? If so, PM it to me, pleaaaassseeee.
if it's this close to being released it's going to look bad for the Xbox One X, because the faster CPU will make a massive difference (the Jaguar CPUs in these consoles is really slow, I think a lot of people underestimate just hot bad it is compared to Zen) and the current gen including the X can be struggling to hit 30 when the PS5 is easily hitting 60, and the X will be barely 1 year old, so it would be unrealistically to expect a new, competitive Xbox for a while.
but who knows, it would also mean the PS4 Pro had a short life... but... I think the upgrade is needed, specially for their VR ambitions.
Y'all got any of them PM's?
Honestly, I could write up something quick if that was allowed.
Like, what is allowed?
My uncle works at Sony and none of this is accurate to what he said about the next Playstation which will be called the Super Nintendo 3
This was lame. They didn't tell us anything.
Late April Fools ?
Could I please get that image PMed to me?
I believe the ps5 will have true fur-k
Either he has more money than sense; or he uses the website already, or will, in a professional capacity.
Know the OP mentioned their successes in the past but does anyone else have any knowledge of Semiaccurate? It is not as if they're even branding themself as market analysts or anything - they straight up call themselves news journalists so their subscription model seems absolutely wild to me. Especially since it isn't a service like AP or Reuters.
Depending on context $1000 is either wild bullshitting or a good fee for the content. News Wires and Market Analyists usually run in thousands a month.
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