OPINION: There’s been a lot of talk about the future of gaming in the last year, with every company with skin in the game claiming to be “revolutionising” the industry.
This includes mainstream players like Sony and Microsoft with the new PS5 and Xbox Series X/S consoles, to more hardcore component makers like Nvidia with its RTX 30-series GPUs and AMD with its RX-5000 graphics cards.
And sure, these are all undeniably great pieces of hardware that add exciting features like ray tracing light effects and higher fidelity visuals to the mix.
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