PC Gaming Alliance president Randy Stute is joining the ranks of those laughing at the perception of PC gaming being on a decline. In an interview posted over at CNet, Stute talks about how while certain markets of the PC gaming industry might be in a decline others are sky rocketing like never before. In fact, he claims that when you factor in MMO subscription revenues PC gaming accounts for nearly a quarter of all software revenues generated in North America.
He acknowledges, however, that there’s a lot of confusion within the industry in both the consumer and developer sides – hence the creation of the alliance. He further talks about their goals of establishing a hardware baseline for developers to use as a reference point, pegging August as the target month for when the minimum system requirements committee will have their first guidance out of their work. Check out the full interview here
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