With rumors swirling about intensity new PlayStation and Xbox consoles, GameStop CEO Paul Raines has now come out to contend he expects to see “some new consoles in a subsequent few years.”
In an speak with [a]listdaily (via VideoGamer.com), Raines teased that GameStop knows some-more than it can share on this front.
“We expect that we’ll see some new consoles in a subsequent few years,” he said. “We don’t like to speak about that since a partners get dissapoint if we burst ahead, so we’ll let them divulge that.”
Given that GameStop is one of a biggest players in a gaming sell business, it would make clarity that a association talks to platform-holders about their skeleton before information is common publicly. Recently, Raines revealed a PlayStation VR delay before it was publicly announced.
Whenever new consoles are released, GameStop expects to be “pretty dominant” in offered them, Raines said. This is in partial since a association has a network of 46 million PowerUp Rewards members, that it can marketplace to with email blasts and other campaigns.
“Consoles are good for us any approach we cut it,” Raines said.
A new, some-more absolute chronicle of a PS4 codenamed Neo is reportedly on a way. Microsoft, too, is apparently meditative about releasing new hardware, with a recent news claiming a new Xbox device would be announced during E3. Nintendo will launch a new system, a NX, is March 2017.
During GameStop’s Investor Day lecture in April, COO Tony Bartel also referenced arriving console launches.
“Although we have not modeled endless expansion for new creation in this presentation, we are really gratified to see a introduction of record like practical existence and rumored new console launches, some of that seem imminent,” Bartel said.
Keep checking behind with GameSpot for a latest on news about new hardware.
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