COVID-19 has caused a lot of disturbance throughout the world, and the gaming industry is no exception.
Most games releasing within the next few months have been pushed back, but we haven’t heard anything from Sony or Microsoft regarding a delay.
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Xbox Series X
THE BEST YET - The Xbox Series X will run games much faster and smoother than previous generations.
This has fans extremely hyped for the next console with
releases like Halo Infinite to release on the next ground-breaking console.
Unfortunately, it is unlikely to release this side of December due to Coronavirus and is more likely to be pushed back to December 2020 or possibly 2021.
There isn’t a lot Microsoft can do if we are still in
lockdown by the time the release date rolls around, but we’ll have to wait and
Again, the PS5 is likely to release closer to 2021 than expected.
A LIBRARY LIKE NO OTHER - The PS5 will have an amazing array of exclusives!
This kind of pressure from developers and key stakeholders
could push Sony to release their console sooner rather than later.
However, PC games are unlikely to be delayed due to their ‘non-physical’ format and are available on platforms such as Steam and Origin.
We’ll have to wait and see how the pandemic grows and how developers
choose to tackle the upcoming challenges.