Microsoft's decision to release two next-generation consoles this November - the Xbox Series X and the lower priced Xbox Series S - seems to have garnered a largely positive reception so far, but someone who isn't so keen on the idea is Quantic Dream founder and CEO, David Cage.
Cage, who has written and directed the PlayStation console exclusives Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human, told Wccftech recently that the two consoles make it confusing for developers and players:
"When a manufacturer offers two consoles with different specs, there is a strong chance that most developers will focus on the lower-end version to avoid doing two different versions. I must confess that I am really not a big fan of this situation. I think it is confusing for developers, but also for players, and although I can understand the commercial reasons behind this choice (a difference of €200 on the street price) I think the situation is questionable."
Cage also noted that many developers tend to prefer working on consoles rather than PC due to 'only having to deal with one hardware', whereas PC development can be much more complex.
So, that's what David Cage thinks about the situation, but what about you? Is having two consoles going to confuse matters, or do you like the idea? Let us know in the comments below.