I could still see some buildings popping in.
Thing is, the comparison is a bit off. That's what the PS5 could do ... using the same graphical settings as the PS4 does.
That won't happen though since devs are going to push the PS5 which will then lead to longer loading times.
Looking back, how much have loading times improved throughout the generations? Answer: not much.
you are not wrong but this is merely a demonstration of what they are looking to achieve, and honestly more an early look at the power difference between the Pro and PS5.
As long as we see a reduction in loading time from this gen (even if not on the scale shown in the video), that it an improvement I think we will all gladly welcome.
As long as it's better than Witcher 3's, I'll be glad.
When I compare Witcher 3 with Horizon Zero Dawn, on PS4 Pro, it's quite nuts.
Pointless comparison imo. Using a current gen game to show how fast it loads on a next gen console serves no purpose.
The games will be more demanding and thus have the same if not longer load times due to trying to get more and more things on screen or the dev's being lazy cause they have such power to use.
Although it's a current generation game, it's still a comparison. We can see, based on that current generation game, how much faster is the loading times. Even though next generation games will be heavier than that, it's still a technical comparison.
God bless You.
When PS4 will hit 100m consoles sold: Before Christmas 2019
There were three ravens sat on a tree / They were as blacke as they might be / The one of them said to his mate, Where shall we our breakfast take?