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Ubisoft: PS4 And Xbox One Won't Be The Last Generation Of Consoles

Posted on Friday, July 12 @ 07:01:25 Eastern by Alex_Osborn

Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot is eager for new hardware, so much so that he's already anticipating the next, next generation of gaming. 

Speaking with CVG, the Ubi exec explained why he believes the PS4 and Xbox One are not the last gaming console's we'll see. "I still think it is not the last generation, because the manufacturers want a way to control their platform and the machine is the best way to have a specific access to that."

So when will be see the Xbox Two and PlayStation 5? Guillemot believes we're just five years away. "I think that the cloud is going to change a few things. Now with cloud and the increase of bandwidth we should have the possibility to increase the quality of games a lot over the next few years. But I think five years is the right timing for it."

Do you think we're only five years away from new consoles? Could the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One be the last batch of traditional gaming consoles as we know them? Sound off with your thoughts in the comments below.

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