Well it's time of the decade again, when new consoles are on the horizon and all manner of cretins industry professionals are extolling them to high heaven and making dramatic statements concerning how powerful and capable they are in comparison to PCs. In this case, Tim Sweeney. Now I usually don't have a problem with Mr. Sweeney, but he does have a habit of doing this every console cycle and perhaps it's just to build up hype among peasants console gamers, but anyone with an ounce of knowledge about PCs knows that this is false and storage speed will likely not be a major factor due to PC architecture. Storage speed matters much less on the PC due to its much larger disparate memory pools. Since the CPU and GPU have their own memory pools which are connected to each other via PCIe, storage speed is almost trivial. In a PCIe 3.0 system, the system memory can transfer data to the GPU at up to 16GB/s which eclipses the PS5's SSD transfer rate at 5.5GB/s by a huge margin. In a PCIe 4.0 system, the system memory transfer speed is twice as fast, at up to 32GB/s to the GPU. So assuming that you have a good contemporary gaming PC with a large amount of VRAM and system memory, it can still stream more data faster than the next gen consoles provided the engine has good PC optimization, let alone a next gen Ampere or Navi 2 GPU paired with a PCIe 4.0 capable CPU. If I'm wrong or you disagree, I'm sure I'll hear about it!