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Why does Epic Games say that PS5 is “a masterpiece” of system design?

TOPICS: data compression, Epic Games, Playstation, Playstation 5, PS5, SSD, storage

With PlayStation 5 on track for the end of the year, one of the most talked about topics is the console’s SSD and its memory architecture. At Epic Games, those who used the console to create their impressive Unreal Engine 5 technical demo have had no hesitation in praising the technology of PS5. In the […]

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Xbox Series X will be backwards compatible with “thousands of games” at launch, adding HDR and 120 fps to older titles

TOPICS: compatibility, HDR, Microsoft, NVMe, SSD, Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Xbox Series X

From the original Xbox to Xbox One, Microsoft’s new console will be compatible with titles from all previous consoles as announced by the company. In fact, there will be more than just basic support for these games, the Xbox Series X will allow games from other generations to be played in HDR or even double […]

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PS5 and Xbox Series X will be a technological leap as the shift from 2D to 3D, according to Phil Spencer

TOPICS: 2D, 3D, bandwidth, CPUs, DLI, PS5, SSD, Xbox Series X

We’re getting closer to see the next generation of consoles. Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, said recently that the games catalogue will be released very soon, and Jason Ronald, engineer of the company, said that there are demos prepared and big surprises that we will see soon. With all eyes on May, Spencer has once […]

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