Tiago Sousa has responded in regards to the announcement that the upcoming PS4 will include 8 GB of GDDR5 RAM. According to a message from his Twitter page on Feb. 21, the R&D principal graphics programmer at Crytek (the studio responsible for “Crysis 3”) is extremely pleased with the size of the unified memory of the next-generation system. You can check out some accessory and menu images from the PS4 in the slideshow t the top of this article as well as comments from Tiago Sousa below (courtesy of CRYTEK_TIAGO Twitter):
8 GB unified mem as baseline for next tech iterations makes me very, very happy. Fun times coming ^_^
Crytek has been adamant in the past about wanting next-generation systems to come with 8 GB of RAM. The PS4 was initially rumored to only contain 4 GB of GDDR5 RAM before Sony decided to double the amount.
“Crysis 3,” which was developed by the aforementioned Crytek, came out for the PC platform in addition to the PS3 and Xbox 360 current-generation systems in the North American region on Feb. 19. You can order the product in the following link: “Crysis 3”