PS5 more powerful than a modern gaming PC? The authors of Quantum Error doubt it
Currently working on PS5 with Quantum Error, and thus in possession of Sony’s nextgen console dev kit, TeamKill developers Dakoda and Micah Jones reflect on the power of the new PlayStation relative to that of PCs for higher performance games.
Discussing the issue with the GamingBolt editorial team, the two authors from the software house that is shaping the horror shooter Quantum Error on PS4 and PS5 explain that “no, PS5 is probably not powerful anymore (of the best Gaming PCs, ed)Technology changes so fast that PCs, thanks to their customization, will become more and more powerful over time. But this evolution implies improvements in video games that have less and less performance: on the other hand, you can also have the most powerful PC in the world available to handle rendering with Quadro GPU, but this does not make your PC more performant than a system. as a gamer with a GTX 1080.”
From the developers of TeamKill comes a comment on PS5 hyper-fast SSD capacity: “The most important thing about systems with such fast SSDs is that they can handle loading and unloading of game resources separately. With speeds like this, you can eliminate loading and unloading screens. Redesign the configuration by eliminating elevators and corridors that we are forced to use today due to the slow speed of mechanical hard drives.”
In addition to the speech on the ps5 powerthe statements shared by the journalists of Bloomberg about the price and the reduction of the production of PlayStation 5 cling to the net.