Forget PS5 release date and SNES, this will challenge Xbox One X and Nintendo Switch – Express.co.uk
“And I think the natural extension of that is the PS4 Pro becomes the default PS4, and they just knock that price down to $250 when they can and they keep selling it — a ton of those.
“The PS5 is probably going to be their real 4K device, and so it just feels to me that they’re not going to launch the PS5 until sales momentum for the PS4 slows, and it just hasn’t.
“So you certainly get through 2017, 2018, and I just don’t see it slowing in 2018 which should prop them to launch something in 2019. If it slows in 2019, they’re probably launching in 2020.”
If this proves true, it leaves the way open for both the Nintendo Switch and Xbox One X to push forward with sales, as well as another possible console from Nintendo, which looks set to continue the tradition of classic mini gaming machines.
The SNES Classic has been a huge success – with fans hoping to buy the pint-sized console finding stock in short supply.
The classic gaming machine has been out for almost two weeks, and stock is getting snapped up whenever it’s become available.
GAME is now one of the only UK-based retailer that has been taking orders, with stock becoming available yesterday.
It sold out within half an hour.
And Following on from the huge demand for the NES and SNES Classic Minis, it looks like Nintendo are set to follow it with another retro revival.