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The race to next gen: Who's the most ready to swipe the gaming crown?

Breaking down each of the Big 3's readiness for the inevitable next step

Carlos Felipe Marulanda
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Carlos Felipe Marulanda
Friday, October 5, 2018 | 11:04 GMT
3 min.

The race to next gen: Who's the most ready to swipe the gaming crown?

Friday, October 5, 2018 | 11:04 GMT
Carlos Felipe Marulanda
by
Carlos Felipe Marulanda


With the next generation on the horizon, many gamers are wondering what we can expect. From graphical fidelity to exclusives and third-party support. The three main players; Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft have all dropped hints at this year's E3 showcase as to what their future plans are.

Nintendo is in a precarious position as they will have no hardware boost to speak of by the look of things. However, the Nintendo Switch is still going strong as the company has once again carved a profitable niche in the gaming market after the Nintendo 3DS life support they were on during the Nintendo Wii U era.

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But with the next PlayStation and Xbox consoles on the horizon, they could encounter an even greater challenge in a severe lack of third-party titles. One could argue that Nintendo's unique first-party titles will keep them alive and well, but I would argue that isn't anywhere near ruling the next generation.

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