Ubisoft Believes PS5 and Next Xbox is At least Two Years Away

Going by the current trends with the PS4 Pro and the Xbox One X, Ubisoft CEO believes that the PS5 and next Xbox console are at least two years away from getting released.

Microsoft and Sony decided at the same time to launch a mid-cycle refresh for their Playstation 4 and Xbox One consoles. The decision has come at the right time when console lifecycles are very less compared to the days of PS2 or Xbox.

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“We think there is at least a minimum of two years before the next consoles are announced. Besides, Xbox One X got launched just now and Microsoft or Sony may not choose to bring another hardware soon. We are really happy to have got more powerful systems for our developers to explore and offer great gaming experience,” said Yves Guillemot.

He added that not only Assassin’s Creed Origins but a lot of future AAA titles will look beautiful on these consoles. Origins has already sold double the number than Syndicate and the same happened for Call of Duty World War II as well.

When good games are made, gamers obviously support the developers and it is up to them to offer compelling content to keep players coming back for more.

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