Epic Games has been around the world, primarily because of the offer of GTA V on its Store, but also due to the impact that the 'tech demo' of Unreal Engine 5 had on the world of video games, especially after we knew that everything went from of a PlayStation 5 devkit.
In the end, it was something that raised many question marks around the world, since a good PC is undeniably more powerful than the PS5, not to mention Microsoft's Xbox Series X, which for some reason has been side by the studio.
Well, having said all that, how about a time travel? If you don't know, Epic loves to raise the hype around PlayStation consoles when they are about to be released.
Epic is talking a lot about PS5! But did you know it's an old tradition?
In order not to think that the image is ‘Fake News’, here are the articles:
- (PS3) Tim Sweeney of Epic says the PC is dead -> Link
- Epic VP says PS4 is like a perfect gaming PC -> Link
- Epic Boss says PS5 is better than a high-end PC -> Link
Attention, I'm not saying that Epic is for PlayStation, or that it receives money from Sony. Tim Sweeney may even think this, and these statements made perfect sense in his head at the time they were made. Still, it is curious to be a recurring thing, whenever there is a new PlayStation on the way.
Furthermore, what do you think about all this? Share your opinion with us in the comments below.
Epic's demo was so impressive that even Microsoft sent a 'mouth'
Many experts and analysts say Microsoft is a few steps ahead of Sony on the road to launching next generation consoles.
After all, we already know the final design of the Xbox Series X, while on the PS5 side we only know the controller… Still, the Sony console has received a lot of attention in recent days, all thanks to the revelation of a very recent 'Tech Demo 'from Epic, based on the new Unreal Engine 5 game engine, and of course, a PlayStation 5 devkit.
A demonstration that got everyone talking! Including Microsoft.
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