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Ubisoft CEO Thinks Next Console Generation Is at Least Two Years Away

Ubisoft CEO Thinks Next Console Generation Is at Least Two Years Away

Guillemot said that he felt it would not make any sense to release a new console in the near future because of the recent launch of the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X. Although, speaking candidly, he admitted to having no concrete evidence to support that notion. "But that's our perception, we don't have any confidential information on that front".

"The campaign is an unbelievable opportunity for Doritos and Xbox fans to get their hands on the world's most powerful console, the Xbox One X", said Jack White, Xbox and New Devices Partnerships and Events Manager for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He said Ubisoft believes this evolutionary approach to improving technology "is going in the right direction rather than trying to do accessories or other things", and will ultimately "help the industry a lot because the games will be really attractive on those machines". "That is going to help the industry a lot because the games will be really lovely on those machines".

The VIP Kit is not your typical bundle; in addition to a customised Xbox One X console and two Xbox One Elite controllers, the bundle also comes with "select Xbox One games" (no details on exactly which) and a year's membership of both Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass.

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In addition to this, the greater power of the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X means that there isn't any urgent need for a new generation as far as technological advancements are concerned.

The difference between the PS4 Pro and Xbox One is already big enough, but if we go with the Xbox One comparison, it is like a generation difference for users.