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PC & Console Gap Is ‘Cross Generation’ & Will Repeat Next-Gen

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The gap between current-gen consoles like PS3 and Xbox 360 and PC is now equivalent to a different generation of gaming, a major game developer has said.

Published on Mar 21, 2013

The gap between current-gen consoles like PS3 and Xbox 360 and PC is now equivalent to a different generation of gaming, a major game developer has said.

Talking about working on the PC and console versions of Metro: Last Light, 4A Games’ creative strategist Huw Benyun said the gap is now ‘essentially cross-generation’ and the model will ‘repeat’ next-gen.

He told NowGamer: “It’s always that they get closer and they stretch, they get closer and they stretch and I think we’re just going to see that model repeat. “Working on PC and current gen consoles now is essentially cross-generation in terms of the gap between them, but we can still make it look incredible on both.

Metro: Last Light is set for release on 17 May for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC, having been picked up in THQ's bankruptcy sale by Deep Silver.

 

 

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