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NobleTeam360 said:
JRPGfan said:

Cant lose a war, if you dont take part....

Nintendo basically went for the blue ocean, of doing a handheld that hooks up to a tv, so it didnt need to compete with the others.
Now xbox is like "we're staying here, developeing for all systems (the lowest denominator), and selling gamepass, and GaaS". 
(xbox series x, is just xbox one and a half, same games, slightly higher resolutions, its what happends when you dont move on gen from gen)

Both basically didnt want to do a traditional console anymore.
So theres only Sony left, the other two went the own ways, to avoid a battle.

Playstation is still like, new gen! new games, bigger and better, with better graphics not possible on old gen!

Instresting to see how this plays out.

Gamepass is crazy good value though, maybe its enough.

"We're staying here and developing for all systems" er... I guess you must have missed the part where none of the games coming from MS are coming to Xbox One (State of Decay 3, Forza Motorsport, Everwild, Hellblade 2, Avowed, and Fable). 

MS can't support the Xbox One forever, but all of those games will run fine on any half decent pc. Hell, I'm currently playing Ori in 120fps and 1440p already on my modest GTX1060. 

Like I been saying for months. We won't see any exclusives really pushing Series X until specs equal or better than a RTX2080 and NVME SSD becomes standard among pc gamers. Maybe we'll see a massive price drop when AMD and NVIDIA's new gpu's come out and it won't be that long. But if the prices stay the way they are, next gen could be half way over until that happens.

From what I heard the RTX3070 will be on par with a RTX2080, so it's going to be interesting to see how much that'll cost. Especially since the prices of the RTX20xx card is expected to skyrocket as they stopped production and there's an increased demand from cryptocurrency miners.