Good demo and decent advert for PS5. However, if this is the best they can come up with (2k30), then, that's not that impressive from a PC gaming perspective. Stating RTX2070 Super as equivalent also gives PC gamers a ballpark gpu requirement to match PS5 in it's current state. It's telling me that PC RDNA2.0 is going to be really powerful, but, the consoles didn't get that (RDNA2.0 = 1.5x RTX2080ti?) version of it. Brings expectations back down to earth for PS5 and Series X. EDIT: The prime limitation is obviously not the speed of the individual components, as it's already reached considerable fidelity with what they're proposing hardware-wise. Storage space is going to really limit what they can offer. I certainly don't see longer playtime/content in games compared to what we've already got. Just better looking. We might need to look at things a different way, where perhaps prime assets are natively rendered, but, the world data itself is streamed then rendered natively, rather than existing natively on hdd. A hybrid perhaps of native rendering with streaming to overcome storage limitations. Possibilities like in-game tv/monitors that are actually streaming live content, rather than playback. It all begs the question of when a game like in Ready Player One would be popular enough to incorporate/integrate with everything else. A kind of Ultimate game of all games.