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Cevat Yerli has revealed some details in regards to the improved patching features for the PS4 and Xbox 720. According to a report by Eurogamer on Feb. 18, the CEO of Crytek (the studio responsible for “Crysis 3”) revealed that both Sony and Microsoft will be improving the processes to how games are updated on their next-generation systems. He also disclosed that the two companies have learned that they have to “service the game” when launched. You can check out some concept designs of the PS4 and Xbox 720 consoles from fans in the slideshow at the top of this article and the comments from Cevat Yerli below (courtesy of Eurogamer):
Sony and Microsoft are both looking to improve the process of updating live games and online games. They understand also that as soon as you launch a game, whether it is retail or digital, you have to service the game. This whole servicing wasn't a thought they had when they launched the Xbox and PlayStation.
Crytek is the company behind the development of “Crysis 3.” The first-person shooter, which was published by Electronic Arts, is now available for the PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 platforms in North America. You can order the game in the following link: “Crysis 3”
Both Sony and Microsoft will most likely release the PS4 and Xbox 720 sometime in the late 2013 period.