Push Square: "PlayStations enjoying one of the most prolific periods in its history. The start to 2017 has seen the release of several high-profile first-party games, like Gravity Rush 2 and Horizon: Zero Dawn. But being a glass half-empty kinda guy, I feel it could have been even better: what the heck happened with What Remains of Edith Finch and RiME?"
The Xbox One Scorpio is far beyond the PS4 Pro- it's a more dramatic, radical overhaul of the original Xbox One, compared to the more conservative, iterative upgrade that is the PS4 Pro. However, given the fact that both systems mandate support for their base versions too, and that the PS4 Pro has a higher install base than the still not launched Scorpio, there was, obviously, a fear that the Scorpio's extra reserves of power may go untapped.
Play together with Xbox Live Gold. June's 2017 Games with Gold lineup for Xbox One includes: Speedrunners and Watch Dogs. Bonus DLC for Phantom Dust on Xbox One as well. For Xbox 360 owners (and through Xbox One backward compatibility), June kicks off with Assassin's Creed III, followed by Dragon Age: Origins. June's lineup provides over $94 dollars in value and up to 4000 gamerscore.
Bungie has confirmed that Destiny 2 will offer full PlayStation 4 Pro support, but some users have voiced concerns that the developer has chosen to target 4K display support instead of 60fps gameplay. The thinking is straightforward enough - ultra HD offers prettier visuals of course, but smoother gameplay offers lower latency and a higher level of precision response. This is exactly why franchise FPS titles like Battlefield and Halo transitioned across to 60 frames per second. So why not Destiny too?
Rockstar Games: "Red Dead Redemption 2 is now set to launch Spring 2018 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. This outlaw epic set across the vast and unforgiving American heartland will be the first Rockstar game created from the ground up for the latest generation of console hardware, and some extra time is necessary to ensure that we can deliver the best experience possible for our fans."
Push Square: "Ever since Jack Tretton dropped the mic in 2013, theres no question that Sonys been the king of the E3 press conference. You could argue that E3 2014 was a lean year, but it followed that up with the Holy Trifecta of E3 2015, a briefing that few thought would ever be beaten only for it to be pushed all the way by the theatrics of E3 2016."