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13 false prophecies about PC gaming in the past decade (Part 1)

In the past few years, you will more or less have heard the information, the “solid” statements on the gaming forums, or in the gaming community that “PC master race is dead”, “PC gaming is out of date”, “anyone who plays PC games is outdated”, and actually, until now, PC gaming is still living well, if not healthy.

The reason people are so angry is because over the past decade, there have been many events that have made PC gaming “die and die” five times seven times, such as generations of gaming consoles. launch, pirated PC game downloads, laptop & smartphone configurations are getting stronger year by year.

Here are 13 times the gaming PC was “prophesied” that would die in more than a decade.

2009

Gizmodo: Goodbye desktop PC, you’re so bad already

A report shows that sales of desktops are on the decline at this point, and laptop sales are on the rise. Plus reading the wrong statistics, it was more than enough to declare that the desktop PC would not live any longer.

CNET: Alienware M17x is the best gaming laptop currently, do we still need to use the desktop to play PC games?

At that time, the Alienware M17x was a very cool gaming laptop that cost about 5000 USD and can handle all AAA games. This means the desktop PC will disappear, and with it the PC game. However, a laptop is a computer, and if we don’t play PC games on a gaming laptop, what will we play now?

Chipchick: PC Gaming is dying, but consoles are not the culprit, but it is too difficult to buy PC game discs.

Before online shopping became popular, PC gamers had to go to the disc shop, and this was the source of Chipchick’s statement. In fact, up to now buying a game disc still has certain difficulties, especially for those who have a slow internet connection, but somehow PC gaming is still going on today.