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vs PS5: to shed light on next-gen ?

It looks like is preparing to take the battle to the PS5 and Xbox Series X.

It was recently reported that is working on a 4K console for 2021.

The previous report – which first appeared on Bloomberg – suggested that is asking developers to make their games 4K ready for the .

The report also suggests that the next-gen Nintendo Switch would launch with a “beefed-up” games line-up.

Since this report, new evidence has shone some light on ’s supposed plans for a 4K console.

FDG Entertainment recently told fans that Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom would be updated for next-gen consoles.

“We’re happy to confirm that MONSTER BOY gets an update for next gen consoles to support native 4K/120fps signal via HDMI 2.1,” reads an FDG tweet.

Interestingly, when a owner said that he would need to hunt down a PS4 copy, FDG replied with: “Who knows ?! Maybe also has some next-gen hardware in the oven?”

While nothing has been confirmed by , it’s a pretty big hint that the company is planning a premium console to rival the PS5 and Xbox Series X.

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It’s not the first time a 4K has been rumoured, although things went quiet after the release of the Lite.

Ahead of the release of the Lite, the rumours were that was working on a handheld-only – which became the Litle – and a more powerful console akin to the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X.

It’s possible will surprise fans with a conference later this year, closer to the launch of the PS5 and Xbox Series X.

With making some big game announcements as of late, there certainly won’t be a lack of games for the 4K .

’s recent wave of game announcements started with a Super Mario 35-year Anniversary conference, which lifted the lid on a number of projects.

This includes Super Mario 3D All-Stars, which contains remastered versions of Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy.

is also working on a port of Super Mario 3D World, complete with a Bowser-themed expansion.

Elsewhere, has announced plans to release a new Hyrule Warriors game in November.

Launching on November 20, Hyrule Warriors Age of Calamity takes place 100 years before the events of Breath of the Wild. It should tie fans over until the 2021 release of Breath of the Wild 2.

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Source:Daily Express :: Entertainment Feed

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