There is a lot of talk and discussion about the power of the current generation of consoles, and more of the recent talk has come with the comparison of systems versus PCs.
According to a report from GamingBolt yesterday, Jon Kreuzer, Technical Director at Adhesive Games, talked about the differences between consoles and PCs, as well as low and high-end PCs.
"There is definitely a widening gap between modern PCs and the current consoles.
"At the same time there is a pretty big gap between high-end gaming PCs, and older or lower-end gaming PCs.
"Still PC development means less emphasis on certain things, eg. memory-usage, and you can create better visuals and do more interesting things on high-end GPUs and CPUs," Kreuzer said.
Kreuzer talked about his studio's desire for as many users for "Hawken" as possible.
"Luckily as a free-to-play game we want as many people to have 'Hawken' installed as possible, so DRM isn’t something we spend time thinking about.
"In general I’m not big on most types DRM, but I understand the desire to reduce piracy," Kreuzer said.
Will you stick with consoles or will you move to high-end PC gaming?