As the year is almost running out, fans are getting excited because next year is going to be a year for gamers of all kinds and allegiances. This isn’t exclusive to only PC gamers, a PlayStation aficionado, or an Xbox core-boy, the gaming arena is going to go through a revolution with a whole new generation of consoles coming to the market in less than 12 months.
No matter how you feel about consoles, especially if you’re a PC gamer, it’s impossible to avoid the impact these boxes would have on PC in general. Ignoring this fact would be living in self-denial, so it’s okay everyone faces it head-on. However, about what’s dropping on these new game boxes, the SSD is probably going to have a considerable impact on PC gaming; still, we’re not sure what impact it will make, whether good or ill.
There have been solid states drives in gaming PCs for years, so the fact that consoles are installing these new components may not be a big deal of such. However, considering that the console-first development strategy of using a considerable amount of game developers on all platforms. Also, because of the leverage of game developers, The Next-Generation New SSDs Could Be The End Of Next-Generation PC Game Ports it could be the first time that games across all platforms will be upgraded to have better speed and responsiveness of a top-notch SSD.
These could mean suitable for PC gamers who have been enjoying solid-state drives for some time now, and the same time it could result in these rounds of consoles making a mockery of poor old PC like an ancient device.
So it’s been made aware that both Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 will come with an SSD, and a fast NVMe PCIe-based integrated into the mainboard itself. As for the Series X’s SSD, Microsoft hasn’t given us much detail on whether it will be integrating the chip. However, it’s of the fact that ‘next-generation’ SSD will virtually eliminate lags, load times, and offer players a brand new gaming world faster than they can imagine.