Michael Pachter: PlayStation Will Not Exist in 10 Years

14 March 2022 at 19:08 in Gaming News with 1 comment

Michael Pachter, video game, digital media, and electronics analyst, predicts Sony’s PlayStation will cease to exist in ten years due to Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass.

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It’s impossible to notice that Microsoft has perfected the Xbox Game Pass model, whereas Sony are in the process of reinventing PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now.

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Michael Pachter, who once claimed that Nintendo should abandon the Nintendo Switch for the newer Nintendo Switch Lite, now says the PS5 is dying.

Speaking to the RDX Podcast, Pachter says that the PlayStation is “doomed” and will no longer exist in ten years.

It may seem somewhat exaggerated and far-fetched, but Microsoft has moved to buy huge gaming companies such as Activision Blizzard and ZeniMax, the parent company of Bethesda.

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On top of that, Microsoft makes first-party games available on other platforms, like Steam, at launch, whereas Sony tends to keep theirs on the PlayStation for at least a year.

The Xbox Game Pass is also available on PC, meaning PC users get the same great games at launch for a low monthly price.

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And if that isn’t bad enough for Sony, Valve co-founder and CEO Gabe Newell talked recently about bringing the Xbox Game Pass to Steam.

Of course, we can’t say it’s the end for Sony and PlayStation, not just yet anyway.

But, Sony will need something big out of the Xbox Game Pass rival they are supposedly working on to keep up with Microsoft.

Then again, some say it’s already too late.



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