ps4 pro — It’s not to often that you’ll hear game developers talk trash about the platforms they’re working on. Be that as it may, Josef Fares, whose Hazelight studio is presently building up the center jail escape game A Way Out, had some harsh words about the PlayStation 4 console in a meeting with Engadget.
Ps4 Pro is like a five-year-old PC; Says Brothers and A Way Out Creator:
“You want the honest truth? This machine is not so strong as you think,” Fares said. “This is like a five-year-old PC. If consoles were as powerful as PCs are today, you would see all different games. Most of the work developers put out there is to make them work on consoles.”
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To be reasonable for Sony, the PS4 pro basically is a five-year-old PC: It was reported in mid 2013 and release in November of that year. In any case, the basic design spec, including an eight-core 1.6GHz AMD Jaguar-based CPU, 8GB of RAM, and Radeon GCN-based GPU, would clearly be even more older than that. The PS4 Pro brings somewhat more weapon to the fight, yes games have to run on the base model of the machine. Furthermore, if developers are feeling these constraints now, imagine what it will be like two or three years down the road.