It’s calls for more content and “playable hours” but also the requirements of building for new tech. Not quoted above, but Layden does get into next gen stuff like 4k, explaining that next-gen demands always end up outpacing any better efficiencies from better design tools like Unreal Engine 5.
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This. But also, I think nowadays people have come around on DLC when it’s done right. People would rather see Bungie invest in a new expansion than try to remake Destiny every three years, just like I’d have been happy to get another Blood and Wind-style add-on for The Witcher 3 instead of waiting a Witcher 4.
Yes at the very least I’m feeling better about it than Color Splash
just doesn’t have the same ring to it
I just double checked and there wasn’t any update on the scheduling from the Destiny or Bungie Twitter accounts. While Paul Tassi reported that the event was delayed as a “grace period” that doesn’t change the fact that people were told to show up at 1:00 p.m. ET and then didn’t see the big boom until 2:30 p.m.
Youre totally right.
Not on the Epic Games Store’s front page for some reason so easy to miss.
Yes Microsoft says the games are stored in cache and accessible even after the console is put in suspend.
While it’s possible, my assumption is that the reason they are doing so much testing and not committing to which games will be playable at launch is precisely to weed out issues like this.
You know what Mackleless we haven’t done much Last of Us 2 coverage outside of a few things here and there (like Jason’s blockbuster reporting) because we try to stay away from preview hype stuff so it’s hard to tell.
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Once again, Sony stresses that there won’t be anything about PS5 during the presentation.