Next Gen(XB/PS) Zen 2/Navi

karmakid

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https://gamingbolt.com/ps5-and-xbox...up-opportunities-for-visual-fidelity-says-dev


Recently, we sat down for an interview with Luis Correa, founder and creative director at C2 Game Studio, currently working on the upcoming Project Monolith, and when we asked him about his biggest expectation from next gen from the perspective of a developer, he was most intrigued by ray traced rendering.

“Ray traced rendering will open up interesting opportunities for rendering fidelity,” said Correa. “We’ll have to see to what extent the next gen consoles will be able to support it. Will the next God of War use ray traced rendering and set a direction for the industry? Or will it only be used by small experimental games? Only time will tell.”
 

SpartanDawgX1

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Unparalleled power and hardware ray tracing huh? Sounds like legit analysis based on facts.
 

Frozpot

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I'm also ok with Raytracing being the vew lens Flare....
 
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This video just makes me appreciate that I don't have this guys voice... or haircut...

... Do you think this guy is sponsored by MSi?...
He does videos from all brands.
 

karmakid

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Dono if this belongs here


https://gamingbolt.com/ps5-and-xbox...impact-on-open-world-games-says-exception-dev


We recently spoke to Traxler in an interview, and eventually asked him about his thoughts on the PS5 and Xbox Scarlett’s SSDs, and how he thinks they might improve performance of games. According to Traxler, while games such as his own Exception might not be affected as much, seeing as they’re level-based games that load in almost all assets upfront, other titles, such as open world ones, will benefit from SSDs greatly.

“I think we’re going to see SSDs have the biggest impact on open world titles that constantly stream textures and models into a scene,” Traxler told GamingBolt. “Level-based games like Exception may see less of a benefit from SSDs, since most of the assets are loaded up-front and the load times are already brief. I’m sure that developers will come up with some great new uses for SSDs once these become standard in consoles. I’m looking forward to seeing where this goes.”
 
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Dono if this belongs here


https://gamingbolt.com/ps5-and-xbox...impact-on-open-world-games-says-exception-dev


We recently spoke to Traxler in an interview, and eventually asked him about his thoughts on the PS5 and Xbox Scarlett’s SSDs, and how he thinks they might improve performance of games. According to Traxler, while games such as his own Exception might not be affected as much, seeing as they’re level-based games that load in almost all assets upfront, other titles, such as open world ones, will benefit from SSDs greatly.

“I think we’re going to see SSDs have the biggest impact on open world titles that constantly stream textures and models into a scene,” Traxler told GamingBolt. “Level-based games like Exception may see less of a benefit from SSDs, since most of the assets are loaded up-front and the load times are already brief. I’m sure that developers will come up with some great new uses for SSDs once these become standard in consoles. I’m looking forward to seeing where this goes.”
sounds exciting
 

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Can't wait for console only gamers to experience the beauty of SSDs.
 

karmakid

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Can't wait for console only gamers to experience the beauty of SSDs.
Did not Xbox players experience it, technically, already through the Xbox ONE Elite with the hybrid drive??? It had two hard drives no?? A small ssd and a traditional one?
 

Viktor

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You can now with PS4 but not XB.
I would imagine most people didn't bother. I also hope the new consoles are using Nvme instead of SATA which would be even better.