Slated for the 2020 winter holiday season, next-gen consoles are nearing launch, but neither Microsoft nor Sony have yet announced the exact date from which the hardware will be available.
However, it seems confirmed once again that the production of the next generation consoles is not currently the victim of delays. After the guarantees received in recent months by the two video game giants, now encouraging statements are also coming from the top management of AMD. By sharing the business results recorded by the company over the course of the second quarter of 2020, the President me CEO Lisa Su In fact, it has confirmed that the technology giant’s development plans are progressing smoothly, despite the still complex international situation linked to the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic.
«Despite the macroeconomic uncertaintiesto– said the manager – we are reselling our full-year earnings outlook upward as we enter the next phase of growth driven by the acceleration of our business in multiple markets. In productions that are not experiencing delays, the components intended to be part of thePlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X hardware, the launch of which consequently remains unaffected by slowdowns.
While waiting for more information about Sony and Microsoft’s plans for the launch of the new consoles, we point out that on the Everyeye pages you will find an interesting comparison between the specifications of the PS5 and Xbox Series X SSDs, from our Alessio Ferraiuolo.