2020 was anything but calm, also for the games industry. On the one hand, the corona pandemic fueled a real gaming boom, publishers reported record profits, and player numbers skyrocketed. On the other hand, postponements, bugged releases and canceled trade fairs put pressure on the minds of the players.
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Will this continue next year, or will we have a quiet, perhaps even disappointing, gaming year? As soon as the coronavirus pandemic is (hopefully) over and people turn to other hobbies again, gaming could “shrink” again.
René Heuser discusses this and more in this podcast “Elefantenrunde” with the editors-in-chief of our gaming media: Heiko Klinge (GameStar), Rae Grimm (GamePro) and Leya Jankowski (Mein-MMO). This also includes the following questions:
Will all be one in 2021 PlayStation 5
It has Nintendo even necessary to do something new next year?
We still need it in 2021 Trade fairs like the E3 and the Gamescom?
Would you Abomodelle how to enforce the Xbox Game Pass for good?
Will be Amazon establish yourself on the market with New World and Prime Gaming?
And which Game highlights
Note: This talk was originally recorded as a YouTube video, but we also published it as a podcast because the topics are so exciting. Please excuse the not entirely clean tone.
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