Well the PS4 certainly isn't going to have the best specs out there.
Neither is the new Xbox.
But, just because it isn't the best doens't mean it isn't good enough.
Overall the PS4 is going to be better than my PC.
Yet I can play BF3 just fine with like 60+ frames.
If you really wanted to make the best PC out there then it would cost thousands.
Not everyone has that kind of money, and to be honest, it really isn't worth it to pay that much.
It might be considered low end, but the PS4 isn't going to have a problem running its games.
Yeah thats true, And I agree that the ps4 wont have the best specs out there and many of the future games to come for the upcoming platform will most likely be optimized for a better playability for the ps4.
Yeah that's what they usually do with the games.
To be honest, I could care less about the graphics.
I'm just hoping a new system means that more can go into the games.
Like more players, bigger maps, etc.
MAP EXPANSION PACKS are awesome...I wonder if there will be game discs with more capacity to be able to hold more GAMING GOODNESS!!!
I looked up about that before.
I don't remember if they were using any better discs or not.
Although it would be nice.
I just hope one thing they do is to stop tacking on the MP or SP in a game.
Some companies work hard on both.
Some just throw it in for the hell of it.
Like with Tomb Raider, the MP sucks.
My Mid range gaming PC me cost me 1050$ approx. and still better than the yet to be released PS4 in terms of hardware... So high end PC will blow PS4 out of the water.
The main advantage of PS4 is optimization for games and considering how PS3, with its ultra low end PC hardware, ran the games, PS4 will rock for sure