Xbox One: "Microsoft loses the next generation unless they cut price," warns Pachter
PS4 vs Xbox One is a hot ticket right now, and it's got Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter analysing his way into our headlines once more. Now, he feels the £80 discrepancy between both formats is a significant game-changer that could cost Microsoft the generation.
It follows Pachter's disbelief at why Nintendo President Satoru Iwata still had a job.
Speaking with GI.biz, Pachter said, "The reason Sony beats Microsoft is solely the price. Microsoft loses the next generation unless they cut price. If Microsoft drops its price to $399, I expect the sales to be equal to the PS4."
That's a short-term fix however, but what about the long-term? Pachter commented on sales projections that state both PS4 and Xbox One will out-sell their predecessors, "I don't know where they get those numbers. I don't think you're ever going to see 500 million consoles out there. The next generation of consoles is probably the last. We expect frequent model updates instead of new consoles. I think the PC is going to make a comeback, the PC will be the hub of all this stuff.”
What do you make of all this? Puff talk, bugger-chat or cock-speak? Decide below.