When the Xbox 720 and PlayStation 4 debut, there will apparently be some distinct advantages PC developers will have over console developers when it comes to making games for these two next-generation consoles.
According to a report from OXM on Friday, Crytek head Cevat Yerli talked about the developers for the Xbox 720 and PlayStation 4, and how more of the top developers will be working on those platforms.
"I think the next console generation is going to be more a mix of the top devs - they'll be much more PC-driven this time around.
"In fact, I believe - oh, I can't talk more about that. Let's say this: PC devs will be much more comfortable than last gen console devs," Yerli said.
If top developers from the PC gaming world and everywhere else join development on the PS4 and Xbox 720, then gamers will surely be the winners of this next-generation.
One MMO is already coming to next-generation consoles, so what else can't hit the next round of consoles?
Yerli then discussed some of the potential differences between this past generation and the upcoming one that will star the Xbox 720 and PlayStation 4.
"Last gen, the move from PS2 to PS3, or Xbox to Xbox 360, for many devs was back-breaking.
"But for us going to Xbox 360, we had to work backward, we had to bring down all our tech to make it happen. As opposed to finding ourselves in that situation with today's PC... I'm already talking too much," Yerli said.
It definitely sounds like the Xbox 720 and PlayStation 4 are going to be very powerful consoles, as well as systems that will allow all gaming developers to easily make games for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox 720.
This is shaping up to be quite the next bunch of systems.