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the_lpt 2 years ago #2. they said the OG X1 could run for 10 years straight. Illegitimi non carborundum. User Info: TheGm TheGm86 2 years ago #3. I had one crap out on me after 14 months. You can’t grasp the true form of TheGM’s post. User Info: Overburdened. Overburdened 2 years ago #4. 22 hours ago · Microsoft has announced that it intends on expanding the Xbox One lifespan by implementing its cloud gaming service onto consoles, meaning you . I’ve got two of them. My elderly Beta box has been running well since long before the console was launched, and has been used almost every day. My retail (Halo model) one had to be sent back during the warrantee period (probably about eleven month.
 
 
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Yep, my guess would be 5 years. I don’t think Microsoft and Nintendo will hold more then if the PS4 continues with it’s sales domination. Next Microsoft console for Nintendo probably sooner. I think it is actually because the cycle is accelerated due to prices. At years is the normal cycle, and I want it to have a shorter cycle, with a longer tail for those on last generation. It won’t surprise me if it’s less than 5 years.

Now that they are PC component based they can easily come up with new versions that are backwards compatible. Devs would then have 2 target configurations instead of one and release for both gens. Well considering the sold nearly 90 million consoles and the Xbox One is selling better during its first year of launch than the did. Also you should be wondering if Sony as a company will still be around your that time. Maybe you didn’t know, but they are financially bleeding right now.

They can’t afford another console. The problem is that there is still and PS3 development going on. Had it been like last gen when the new systems came out the old ones were cut off then we wouldnt have seen the prices drop so fast. Remember how dreadfully expensive the PS3 was when it released? They hardly sold any durring that time frame. When the price dropped it sold like hot cakes and once they did we saw an 8 to 10 year life span from it.

With and dollar price tags combined with the fact that you can still get new games for last gen consoles something had to be done to make people buy the new ones. The solution chose was to drop the price.

I do not think that this generation will be as long as the last one but considering it is still bucks to get a new console I hope it lasts a while because I dont want to pay another bucks in 3 or 4 more years.

I sure hope it is shorter, 7 years was insane. Had to switch to PC gaming for a while. Return – Yeah we heard Sony couldn’t afford another console after PS3, then when it became clear that PS4 was imminent we heard they couldn’t afford to make it more powerful than the next XB.

OT – Much shorter than last generation for sure, but probably in line with gens before that. As technology grows, things get outdated faster so the generations may be shorter. I hope what happens incase this is true, the systems will be designed to grow so they still can proved 7 plus years without limitations. ReturnToSanity You’re another person who knows nothing. Sony will still be around and there will be a PS5. Sony can also get rid of everything and survive on Playstation alone.

Meanwhile the Xbox division is the one that won’t be there in long term. Xbox division has lost a ton of money since it was made and shareholders and investors wants to get rid of it. Yes Microsoft has money, but the xbox division has lost a lot of money and it’s logical for a healthy company to cut the bad divisions.

Also, to anyone who says Cloud based is coming next-gen, it’s not. Maybe for backward compatibility, but it’s never gonna happen for new hardware. Internet infrastructure isn’t good enough and won’t be for decades. Too many people have slow connections or they have capped connections. Not when too many people can’t get enough bandwidth for it. Or when major ISPs do throttling and talk about bandwidth caps.

The infrastructure has to come up to speed first. MS stated they wanted the X1 to last 10 years. Sony and Nintendo will be more likely releasing a new console. Sales don’t matter when you hit a wall, just like the Original Xbox which MS wanted to replace with the XB1 has a lot more future proof features with more on the way with DX12 etc. Sony will go at least 5 years. MS will cut it short if they’re not doing well like they did with Xbox 1 the first Xbox 1.

MS cut short the first Xbox and dropped support mainly because of Nvidia being greedy. OT, people spend waaaay more on smart phones, so a new generation in 5 years isn’t too crazy.

I think 5 years is plenty. Bring out new console let the current one get its 6th year in while the new one ramps up. I can tell you right now thatwith the way the COD looks and how much better games are looking in general, I do not see any reason to purchase a new cobsole in 4 more years.

Look at the backlog of PS3 and games. Look at how many people are still buying those systems! Last-Gen was way too long, for me anyway. The tv’s at that time will be way less expensive and I think this current-gen is just a stopgap until then If you think 4k 60fps will be standard at that time, then i’m really sorry to burst your bubble.

That’s not going to happen before another gen or two after that. PC is the only one capable of reaching it at that time, and we’re already fast approaching it right now. You guys are crazy if you think Sony and Microsoft are going to develop another console again in 5 years and watch their install base go back to zero again. If you follow the industry analysis this is the reality: Microsoft has lost billions of dollars on their Xbox venture and it is NOT considered a key part of the company’s core business and growth strategy.

Sony has been hemorrhaging money for years. There’s no evidence that the Playstation 4 can dig them out of the hole they’re in. Most of the comments on these forums are related to the Xbox or Playstation’s commercial popularity with no real understanding of the underlying business facts. The generational overlap is paramount for the reason you stated. It is financial suicide to create a new console while simultaneously dropping support for the old one.

The new machine cannot thrive on its own until the users reach over 20 mil. Those 2 years of support for the old hardware and more importantly its user base, is what keeps the industry kicking. Even though the new CEO of Microsoft has come out and publicly said that Xbox is a part of their core as a company and is looking forward to it growing for years and years to come? No, I dont think they are at billions of dollars in loses.

I would agree with that. Last gen was too long anyways. I’d be mad about 4 years, but I’m fine if it’s 5 or 6. Nope 7 years – It seems long, but we’re already about the enter in less than 2 months. That’s 5 full years left of games and development to get everything out of these console.

The whole point of this last bit, is to show that 4k gaming is coming to the PS5 and XB? Actually the PS3 and Xbox support 2k gaming since 2k is x pixels or p assuming an aspect ratio of As for 4k this is x pixels assuming an aspect ratio of Five years from now that will most likely change and 4k HDTV’s will become the norm however 8k HDTV’s are also not that far in the future as well, so it is quite possible that 8k may be the preferred future proof HDTV purchase in the foreseeable future.

Comparing 2k to 4k then to 8k with appropriate content you would definitely be able to see the difference however that difference is more significantly noticeable at closer distances depending on the size of the screen.

PS: Definitely like your comment on the Halo Trilogy :. The R9 x is too weak for real 4k gaming. The R9 x can barley play any current high end PC game in 4k with max settings, and better off in p. I think HDTV manufacturers are the only ones using p as a base to scale from instead of p.

But honestly the defined 2K is all over the place, but for the PC gaming community and mobile community 2k is p. But the good news is there are A LOT of different resolutions in-between those two, that developers can get away with just about any resolution they want 2.

What’s most important is making sure the game runs well, and I think dynamic resolution will be a main stay for consoles, until they become streamboxes. I’m still not buying into this shorter lifespan. Plus it doesn’t seem to make a lot of economical sense to make it last 4 or even 5 years. I feel like everyone is just being impatient already. It had a short life spam with sub one thousand games library. We’re down a year, still missing E3 revealed features, still got pathetic PSN crashing issues or messaging issues, still 30 FPS, still barely p.

I don’t think so. Consoles have developers that create specifically for these set of specs. I mean Just because the specs aren’t high end doesn’t mean that the gen will be shortened. Developers just have to optimize the games to work with the set of specs at hand. I’m guessing 7 – 8 years before a new console and 10 minimum before they start to phase this gen out. Knowing how Sony is with their products, it’s sure going to last longer than the Wii-u and XboxOne, maybe up to years.