Essentially, it is streaming games. The video, audio, interaction is streamed from a remote server.
Hardware is less important (thus cheaper) than it is now. Since it is mostly graphics as most of the work is on the remote server.
Downside is video would be more bandwidth demanding. And gaming would be a subscription service.
I posted this as a follow up on my comments that the time between the new console version means the future console (e.g. ps6 ) would be superceded by streaming. They'd be relects by then.
I myself look at these 2 videos from YouTube and I couldn't tell much on the differences of 4K & 8K video enhancement of the two. It could be the 8K is a little sharper than the 4K.......maybe. That's all I could see so far. We'll have to wait & see till November 15th of 2020.
So what differences between 4K & 8K on the New PS 5 & Xbox 2 consoles and your present day 4K console !! Watch this YouTube video and see differences between the New & Old Consoles from YouTube. Let's take a look here:
Is 8K worth it or not. You can see the differences here:
Okay I have ask question on this. What does the Cloud gaming service have to do with the New PS 5 & the New Xbox Two consoles?? Because I'm a little confuse here on what your saying here on this Type of Cloud gaming service & I never heard of the Cloud gaming services & It's new to me.Can explain more on this service and how it would affect any new gaming consoles doing the years of 2020 & 2021 if you can,Please?? Thank you.
Sony Wants To Move PS4 Players To PS5 Faster Than In Previous Generations from GameSpot.com
With PS5, Sony aims for "a scale and a pace that we've never delivered on before."
The PlayStation 4 has been a huge success for Sony, recently becoming the second-best selling console ever--only behind the PlayStation 2. Sony is looking to segue that into success for its next generation. New PlayStation boss Jim Ryan says the company's main goal is to move the community from the current generation to the PlayStation 5 more quickly than it has in the past.
Referencing the success of the PS4, Ryan told GI.biz about leveraging the strong brand to the next gen.
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Yes, so they sit on their product until their competitor is ready to release. The problem when there is only two main players. Though they could become relects depending on game streaming of the likes of Stadia
Well I was looking up the new Xbox Two & release date. I found that the Xbox Two is coming out on the same day the PS 5 is coming out. As you can see here:
The Xbox Two Release Date will be in November 15, 2020 (Updated Release Date) or sooner. The Xbox One X represents the first iterative console release within a single generation, but it's not a next generation console. .
When Microsoft announced the Xbox One S, everybody was expecting it, but when Phil Spencer took the stage at the end of E3 2016 and announced Xbox One X, we had some serious news on our hands. He promised "the most powerful console ever built." It's nice, but it's not the Xbox 2. Let's talk about when Microsoft will take that next step.
Xbox Two is Code-named Scarlett and It's Coming in 2020
At the end of the Microsoft press conference for E3 2018, Phil Spencer dropped the bomb that Microsoft is indeed hard at work on the next Xbox. Another rumor surface shortly thereafter, claiming that the Xbox 2 is code-named Scarlett and is a family of devices.
This rumor, first revealed by Thurrott, also claims that Scarlett will be releasing in 2020, which is right in line with our predictions. While we're still uncertain what "family of devices" means, it could point towards a set of consoles like what we have now with Xbox One, the S, and the X. It could also leverage cloud streaming to offer a mobile element, since we know Microsoft is working on this technology to bring AAA titles to all manner of connected devices.
For more information go to this link here: http://www.xbox2gamers.com/release-date-countdown