Head of Take-Two, the parent company of Rockstar Games and 2K Games, has offered some high-level thinking about what is PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X can offer in terms of new experiences. During Bernstein’s Annual Strategic Decision ConferenceStrauss Zelnick said the next-gen console would allow a lot of wealth and new depth.
“We are very excited about what will enable our new console of creative people to do,” he said. “We have obviously been developing with new technology for some time [already] so we are very familiar with where it can take us. In general, what enables new technology in our business to do is better memory, better graphics, more loyalty, more beauty, smoother, faster, richer, and deeper. More characters. “
Zelnick pointed Red Dead Redemption 2 against Red Dead Redemption 1 as an example of how developers use new technology to create deeper experiences. Indeed, Red Dead Redemption 2 offers a much bigger world, richer than the original game, which was released on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
In the longer term, Zelnick said he expects development tools to be able to create experiences that are indistinguishable from real life.
“Over time, our system will be so sophisticated that you will not be able to distinguish between interactive entertainment made on computers and live-action entertainment made with cameras,” he said. “A point will come where photorealism might occur.”
Zelnick points out that the graphics and presentations for the NBA 2K series are so sophisticated that they are almost as good as real-life NBA broadcasts.
However, just because the Take-Two team might one day technically achieve photorealistic graphics, that doesn’t mean the company will pursue this for all of its games. Zelnick points out that the Borderlands franchise is likely to remain a stylish series in the future. However, executives said several other Take-Two teams might pursue the game with photorealistic graphics.
PS5 and Xbox Series X are both scheduled to release this holiday.
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