PS5's fast SSD makes a huge difference, according to ex-Halo developer


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Marcus Lehto from V1 Interactive, who worked on Halo, is very enthusiastic about the fast SSD of the Playstation 5. According to him, it makes a huge difference.

Marcus Lehto is currently working on the online shooter disintegration and has previously worked on Halo. He has a very high opinion of the SSD Playstation 5 and SSDs in general.

SSDs make a big difference

"It will make a huge difference," he said. "It opens the door to larger content that can stream much faster. Players don't wait for loading screens and we don't have to hide loading behind cutscenes and the like. It helps make things a lot more seamless and fluid for the player, when it comes to the experience on these consoles. " It also includes the Xbox Series X SSD.

He further explains: "I am very happy about it, because that is one of the things that we find particularly difficult: dealing with these old platforms. These platforms have been around for seven years? Developing for them is like developing machines from the To develop Stone Age. "

We will see exactly how the SSDs of the upcoming consoles, especially those of the PS5, will affect the gaming experience as soon as the devices are available.

Source: VideoGamesChronicle

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