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  3. Do you want a 4K drive in the PS5?

User Info: GalvatronType_R

4 weeks ago#1
4K disks? - Results (95 votes)
30.53% (29 votes)
69.47% (66 votes)
This poll is now closed.
I already have an Oppo BDP-203 and that other console (whose next version will almost certainly have a 4K drive).

But it wouldn’t hurt to have another 4K player. Also if they’re going for 8K textures, they will need more optical disk storage space.
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User Info: Joeydollaz

4 weeks ago#2
Sony owns BLU-RAY, so they don't care

User Info: BeefEaster

4 weeks ago#3
I don't care either way, I use a stand alone player for movies

I've never even used the one in my xbox

User Info: Manservice

4 weeks ago#4
My Xbox has it so I don’t really care

User Info: BlueSnow

4 weeks ago#5
Don't care
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User Info: kyncani

4 weeks ago#6
I don't use discs so no.

User Info: Nicodimus

4 weeks ago#7
Nah. I'm not re-buying my entire blu-ray collection on 4K. Extreme diminishing returns. As long as I have a good bitrate 1080p video and lossless audio, I'm happy.
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User Info: Bird_Man_Yu

4 weeks ago#8
Don't got a 4K TV and don't plan on getting one, so that would be a pretty useless feature to me,so No.
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User Info: DBN_Stealth

4 weeks ago#9
yes. maybe then id start upgrading my collection.

User Info: SmarterThanYou

4 weeks ago#10
I haven't gone out of my way to buy a 4K player and start buying 4K movies, so I wouldn't particularly care whether or not the PS5 had that option. Large portions of my collection are still DVD and I can't be bothered to upgrade them to Blu-Ray, so I'm not going to feel horribly disappointed that I can't watch them in 4K.

Hell, I still have some movies on VHS. Granted, I don't actually have a player anymore and I'm keeping the movies purely because they have fond memories attached to them, but if I had a player, I'd use it. Good movies don't need to be 4K.
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