@Tea, I’m with you on the technology side but, the type of power units we get these days in computing re consoles, PC and mobile, I believe how we going to plag is going to be universal in the sense of accessibility to all titles anywhere, anytime etc. This is where the conversation takes a turn because, let’s look at the Switch: Tears of the Kingdom is a stellar instalment to the series and is running on outdated hardware but irrespective thereof it still resonated with standing fans and new. Is it then really necessary to have an ending to a generation so soon, where on average we work on a 7-8 year cycle, taking priority on power? I don’t think so - for me it has always been about the gameplay and mechanics and this current gen is reminding people of it again. Yeah, looks great, but how does it play?
@Tea, I believe a leap into a new gen altogether. I don’t know if Sony is going to bother with a “Pro” mid-gen version either. Nintendo being on the quiet end is testing the market I’m sure. Just the mention of ‘new hardware’ on the Xbox side gave it away. This is just speculation but I believe it will be their last console from the conversations that were happening. I believe a new evolution is on the horizon for gaming as a whole. It is as if the 1990’s and early 2000 is going to repeat itself where Nintendo was dishing out hardware left right and center.