Elon Musk has no plans to launch a console to compete with PlayStation and Xbox: here are the reasons

Founder of Space X, StarLink, Tesla… Elon Musk is one of the most popular, ambitious and powerful personalities. He is known by all the video games that fascinate him; During this year he enjoyed Elden Ring and on many occasions he praised the From Software title. In addition, we have also seen how he tried to set up ways to play in the cars of his prestigious brand.

However, and while he would have no problem addressing a hypothetical foray into the console market, Musk was candid in answering the question of whether he intends to make it: “no”, c is how short his response was during his participation in the Full Send podcast, one of the largest in North America. Here is the full speech.

“Consoles are like a PC”

Asked to elaborate on his answer, Musk clearly expressed his views on the current state of competition between Sony (PS5) and Microsoft (Xbox Series X|S): “Right now, consoles are basically like a computer, so I don’t see the added value that launching a new console would bring,” he explains.

What about Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter?

One of the great novelties of the year in everything that happens on the Internet has been the intention to acquire the famous social network, one of the most used in the world, by the multimillionaire of South African origin. An operation that was around 46,500 million dollars and which seemed on the verge of closing… until the hare pounced: after a series of enmities with the board of directors of the social network, Musk decided to withdraw, and now the company demands that the transaction be completed. In this link you have all the information about what happened in chronological order. Next step: the trial between the two parties in mid-October.

Source | Elon Musk at Pocast Full Send; by Eurogamer

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