We are at the dawn of a new generation of consoles, with PS5 and Project Scarlett that will be launched by the end of 2020, presumably in the usual late November window.
There is great enthusiasm in the air, as always in the months in which we approach the release of new consoles, but also awareness that it is becoming increasingly difficult to grasp the differences between one generation to another .
“I think it’s even more difficult to tell the differences”, explained the boss of Devolver Digital, Graeme Struthers. “But it’s also strong that they are both coming with a new generation because it means that they will invest more money in this space, which will create more users “.
Struthers said he was generally happy with the beginning of a new gen because with the PS5 and Project Scarlett, for the first time, the acclaimed indie publisher will be accepted and recognized from the start.
“And avend or Nintendo in such a good, vibrant state, we now have three console platforms and Apple Arcade to contemplate, and Steam and Epic “.
In short, beyond the technical opinions, c ‘it is satisfaction in Devolver Digital for how the industry is putting itself: more platforms, greater visibility and potential users for its games.