Foreign media: Sony and Microsoft’s next-generation consoles are all too boring to release

After months of waiting, Sony and Microsoft finally released their next-generation consoles. However, I believe that many people, like the mini-series, find the release of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X too boring. Basically, the two companies have been emphasizing how powerful the console spower and parameters are, how fast SSDs can process data, and all kinds of boring T-Flops data.

Media: Sony and Microsoft's next-generation consoles are all too boring to release

While the details are important, these specifications are clearly more useful for developers. After all, for most regular gamers, the PS5 and Xbox Series X are a box that brings fun to them.

Media: Sony and Microsoft's next-generation consoles are all too boring to release

But the two companies’ enigmatic marketing strategy has made the game console’s launch more like a game developer conference (GDC 2020) that was canceled because of the outbreak.

Media: Sony and Microsoft's next-generation consoles are all too boring to release

Results After watching the online release of netizens, have said that a certain game of technical demonstration session to make themselves feel trapped. Why can’t you learn “game-oriented” Nintendo instead of being as demanding as analyzing Cold War intelligence?

Media: Sony and Microsoft's next-generation consoles are all too boring to release

So far, both Sony and Microsoft have revealed the promised speed and specifications, but the average player doesn’t know what it really means for next-generation games. All we need is pre-rendered trailers, some exciting screenshots, and video clips.

Media: Sony and Microsoft's next-generation consoles are all too boring to release

But there has also been speculation that the two companies have gone too far in the competition for the hardware capabilities of the PS5 and Xbox Series X, and have to constantly emphasize more eye-catching parameters in order to justify the ultimate higher pricing (which for years has been largely a loss on gaming hardware).