I know the answer is graphics. That's always the answer. I'm not saying we should still be playing PS2 like graphic games. But I honestly feel that with PS4/Xbox One people should be happy with the graphics. They look fine. I mean you can play a lot of games in 4K and HDR, do you honestly need 8K? Is there something wrong with your eyes? Games do not get better with better graphics. I feel the overall quantity of quality (meaning amount of games that are good) is less than it used to be. Because it takes a company with a lot of money often times to pump out these games, and that leads to companies like EA and Activision pumping out more games that suck. That was on this gen, I fear it will get worse next gen. Even from the console makers perspective we all know they don't make any big profits off the consoles themselves but from game sales, so I don't even understand it from there perspective. It is almost a trap that nobody can get out of and smaller companies will get eaten up. I know there's downloadable games but they usually aren't even full length games. For example I thought Xbox 360 was a console with hundreds of good games. The Xbox One on the other hand was not even in the same atmosphere quality wise. Obviously I am not talking about graphics. I am talking about the amount of good games. I feel the industry is growing stale and a new gen that requires even better graphics is not the solution. But everyone who wants to play video games is pretty much trapped in the cycle, and unless you want to opt out (which means don't buy new consoles and only play old games) you have no choice to participate. Just remember this that even if you are 100% on board that we need to push graphics and have a Playstation 5, one day it will be outdated graphics wise too. Even if you want to say "game on PC" your PC will one day be outdated from the latest graphics too. The industry is too build around graphics. Companies like Rockstar that we have gotten used to depending on are cashing in by remaking games. I mean their big game announced so far for next gen is Grand Theft Auto V. The same game that was on PS3/Xbox 360, then PS4/Xbox One, and now PS5/Scarlett because it's easy money. That's probably great for people who religiously play GTA V online, but for those of us looking for a new single player GTA experience we are left out in the cold at least until they decided to make GTA VI, which will probably be awhile. I think there are so many classic games from many years ago that people still love. How many are there from this past gen that people will want to play 10-20 years from now? I can think of a few, but it's way less than it used to be despite better graphics.