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Daniel Ahmad
Seeing a lot of discussion regarding how far in advance dev kits / agreements are sent out / signed prior to next gen launches. Early dev kits are out for both consoles, allowing games to be created on them, but not finalised. Final dev kits won't be out till around E3 2020.
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Daniel Ahmad Nov 30
Replying to @ZhugeEX
Microsoft and EA signed a publisher agreement for the Xbox One (Durango) back in June 2012, approximately a year and a half prior to the release of the console and shortly before the first dev kits were sent out.
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Daniel Ahmad Nov 30
Replying to @ZhugeEX
Larger publishers will usually sign agreements early / receive dev kits before others because of clauses that require them to support the launch of said consoles.
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Daniel Ahmad Nov 30
Replying to @ZhugeEX
It's impossible for anyone other than Sony or MS themselves to say how widespread dev kits are right now. Based on what I have personally heard, it does sound like PS5 dev kits are more widespread at this point.
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Daniel Ahmad Dec 1
Replying to @ZhugeEX
As an aside, and unless i'm misinterpreting this quote, Phil Spencer confirmed dev kits were being sent out in an interview last month.
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lHybr1dl Nov 30
Replying to @ZhugeEX
Are the devkits mostly atm in first party hands or third party?
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Gokuyo Nov 30
Replying to @ZhugeEX
both
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Shannon Grixti Nov 30
Replying to @ZhugeEX
Can’t wait for the PS5 Pro *insert photoshopped image of two of these beasts stacked on top of each other*
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W Nov 30
Replying to @shancake_ @ZhugeEX
Well that would be the PS4 Ultra Pro...
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YeezyDude Nov 30
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Shreker Dec 1
Replying to @ZhugeEX @IrojawaN
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