When people finally get a chance to see just how powerful the PS4 is and what a game like "Dragon Age 3" looks like on the new system, they will realize this truly is the next-generation of gaming.
According to a report from GamesIndustry yesterday, EA CTO Rajat Taneja talked about the advancement the PS4 will make as well as the change in game development people will see.
"At EA, we have never been as prepared or more ready for the start of a new console cycle. What used to take months in the past will now take days to do," Taneja said.
Previously, BioWare developer Neil Thompson talked about how impressive the Frostbite 2 Engine has been for the development team as they work on "Dragon Age 3."
"'Dragon Age: Origins' and 'Dragon Age 2' were both done using BioWare’s own Eclipse engine, and it was starting to creak a little bit when 'Dragon Age 2' came out.
"'Inquisition' is being done on the Frostbite 2 engine and it is an astonishingly powerful engine," Thompson said.
Thompson went on to discuss how the artists who are working with the Frostbite Engine are not disappointed with the results they are getting.
"The 'Dragon Age' artists were always slightly disappointed at how their work was visualised in the final product with Eclipse, but with Frostbite, they’ve just done some amazing stuff.
"There was a pre-production period where almost on a weekly basis I’d be sitting in the environment reviews and being blown away by what was coming out – it looks stunningly beautiful.
"So I think when we do start releasing screenshots, people won’t be disappointed," Thompson said.
This new generation of gaming will bring a lot of things that can only be talked about and are hard to imagine, but it all will surely be worth the wait.