But it's not the same. I want all my games on one platform since I usually sell my old console to fund my new one.I'm not sure they're doing the trilogy thing anymore, but if they are, they can just transfer data via a website a la Inquisition.
We got the Xbox 360 for 8 years and it's still getting titles in years 9 and 10. You don't think the PS4 and XB1 are going to be another 7-8 year cycle? There won't be 5-6 year cycles anymore outside of Nintendo.1. Next-Gen consoles in 2020 or 2021 is a bit bold.
2. You can still have a trilogy and it be a cross-gen title, like Inquisition.
I know. Mass Effect 4 is the next The Last Guardian/FFXVAs other said above, this shouldn't be an issue. If they do save transfers, there are other ways. (And I'll be playing on PC anyway, so..)
I'm just bummed that the consensus keeps sliding backward slowly. A couple years ago 2015 was the assumption. Then it became well MAYBE late 2015. Then probably slipping into early 2016. And now Q1 2016 is even too early, with Q2 being an "optimistic" expectation in shinobi's opinion? Pretty soon we'll be saying "well, obviously it's early 2017 because late 2016 is for Battlefield".