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  • Phoenix.

  • Yeah, Stop there.

  • Yes.

  • Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10.

  • Changes to expect from next gen consoles.

  • Things is the only way.

  • Yeah, let me see what I confined.

  • Canon's first when I get back Waken look for this list.

  • We're looking at the biggest changes you can anticipate as the gaming industry heads into the next generation of home consoles.

  • Are you picking up a PS five or maybe a Siri's X or S?

  • What are you looking forward to and what are you dreading?

  • Let us know in the comments below Number 10 demand for four K TVs.

  • Finally, you would dream where you are Now.

  • Both Sony and Microsoft's new consoles are said to support four K resolution and supposedly a K as well.

  • But then again, who actually owns an a K.

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  • The biggest change here might not be in how the support improves actual graphical fidelity, but in how it affects the TV business.

  • Okay, yes.

  • Given that 10 80 p and uhd have become the standard for consumers for a long time, this support might be enough to create a small boom in sales of four K TVs.

  • It's safe to assume that over the next couple of years, four K resolution won't be that fancy thing that makes pictures prettier.

  • It'll finally become the standard for consumers.

  • Number nine Price hikes.

  • Yeah.

  • For the past couple of years, there's been a lot of talk about the price point of Triple A games.

  • The industry has kept the standard price at $60 for new games from high profile companies.

  • Ever since the days of Xbox 3 60 PlayStation three, however, publishers seem to be inching towards increasing the price tag from $60 to 70.

  • That's not shoot each other.

  • All right, for gamers, this is both understandable and worrisome.

  • Yes, game development has gotten more expensive.

  • But every time we see overhyped collector's editions or cross promotional marketing with food, well, it's hard to have faith.

  • We also have to wonder if any of this increase will go towards underpaid developers forced into crunch time.

  • Companies should proceed with caution, tow, avoid alienating players.

  • This is the only way number eight bigger downloads.

  • Well, I'm beaten.

  • Jones and Co.

  • Sheila had the lads put together a montage to do the rest.

  • Even with the PS four and Xbox one, the overbearing file sizes of some Triple A games could be a problem.

  • In the last few years, we've seen games ranging from 80 to 100 gigabytes in size, sometimes even more and more often than not, thes sizes are just the base game that's on, Lee said, to increase with next gen consoles.

  • The problem is compounded by the fact that many people still have strict data caps and Internet connections in some parts of the world lag behind others.

  • If studios are going to keep making massive games, players might have to increase their data caps and or pony up for bigger, hard drives.

  • Make the most of this time while you have it.

  • Number seven.

  • More focus on digital Cool Cooking up toward him.

  • There's been some contention in the industry when it comes to physical and digital copies of big budget games, and one can see it just from how games are being marketed.

  • Preorder the digital addition to get an exclusive set of armor free install and be the first to play at midnight.

  • More companies are pushing for digital sales and Xbox and Sony are looking to adhere to that while also providing players with cheaper price tags.

  • With PS five digital selling out within minutes, there may be more demand and support for digital only content in the community than originally thought.

  • Or maybe that's just the poor production and roll out on pre orders.

  • Regardless, we may well see the first Triple eight digital Onley game over the next few years.

  • The Sims for Digital Deluxe.

  • More gameplay only on origin number six Accelerated performance.

  • I will never get used to that.

  • A t least we're on the same planet this time, of course, this has been a focus with each new console, but now it's practically become top priority.

  • We've started seeing this improvement unfold as Sony and Microsoft have revealed their games.

  • One glimpse that had a stunned was of the Demon Souls remake a game loaded in details.

  • When it comes to environments and characters, yeah, come Theune.

  • There's Ratchet and Clank ripped apart with its quick transitions between environments and ability to render distractible objects without sacrificing performance and that Spider Man demo, adding that quick resume feature from Xbox and you're gonna be able to jump in and out of games almost seamlessly.

  • Or at least we hope so.

  • Number five Mawr Immersion Oh my God, we need to hear Today's news is Nova Mac hive it New tonight?

  • City?

  • It's not so bad.

  • Along with the desire to experience games with next Gen performance, comes the focus on making players more immersed.

  • You can expect more games to utilize the haptic feedback in the dual sense and Xbox controllers, allowing you to further interact with the Games world.

  • Thanks to each council's improved performance, loading screens could be a thing of the past.

  • Rendering could also become far less noticeable.

  • These next Gen consoles want to make you feel like you've become a part of the game, and the improved audio and ray tracing certainly has our hopes up.

  • Speak up number four.

  • Easier share ability.

  • I don't know.

  • One thing that both companies will certainly be focusing on is share ability.

  • This feature is still quite young.

  • First implemented in the PlayStation four and Xbox one back in 2013 it's safe to assume that neither Siri's X nor PS five will leave this feature out.

  • A streaming is bigger than it's ever been but funerals bloody dipped up, If you ask me, join my experiment below.

  • If anything, it's most likely that sharing features have been improved and will support more social media platforms so you can share clips easier.

  • We wouldn't be surprised if that create button on the dual sense was tied to some kind of in console video editor.

  • I will be ready Number three first Party games on other platforms.

  • We've been seeing this slowly come to fruition, particularly when it comes to Xbox.

  • Microsoft Games that started out on Xbox and Windows such as New Super Lucky's Tale and Ori and the Blind Forest have made their way onto Nintendo Switch.

  • The former even made it onto PlayStation four.

  • Sony, on the other hand, has only just begun experimenting with PC releases, starting with Horizon Zero Dawn.

  • Does this mean Master Chief could appear on a Nintendo console?

  • Or Mario on the PS five could cradles grace our computers with his glorious dad beard?

  • Probably not, but don't be surprised if you see more first party games make their way onto other platforms.

  • Some time after initial release, let me see what I confined Canon's first when I get back waken look number to console exclusives.

  • It was the doll next to draw back the Crusaders in the Battle of the Twin.

  • Rome's was not without the blessing of the mother crystal.

  • We cannot defend our realm from the spread of the blight during the lead up to the PS five release, A few titles have been marketed as console exclusives but are also headed to PC.

  • This felt fairly misleading, although releasing on PC makes sense given that Sony reportedly spends over $100 million on each first party game.

  • No secret I won't unlock.

  • With development getting more expensive for Triple A games, we wouldn't be surprised to see more titles get tagged as so called console exclusive.

  • This means we may not be seeing as many true exclusives as we have years prior.

  • This isn't just Sony, either.

  • Remember that Xbox has begun and will be publishing games on Switch and PS four.

  • Perhaps exclusives aren't recouping costs as much as they used to.

  • Okay, we got.

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  • Number one subscriptions.

  • In a way, we've already entered this phase of the industry.

  • More and more companies are trying to get you to pay a monthly plan, and one can't argue against some of the deals.

  • Xbox is allowing players to pay for their new Siri's X and S with monthly payments.

  • And Xbox Game pass seems to be their core strategy for attracting new players.

  • Sony's got their own Netflix for games with PS now, but, oh, it needs work.

  • Then you have online multiplayer games wanting players to pay 10 bucks or so for every season of content.

  • We bring this up not as a criticism but for concern and caution.

  • This generation of consoles could also be the most expensive for all of us.

Phoenix.

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