SIE CHIEF SAYS THE PS5 GENERATION WILL HAVE 'MORE EXCLUSIVITIES THAN EVER'
O CEO da Sony Interactive Entertainment , Jim Ryan , stated that the PS5 will be home to more exclusive games than any console PlayStation previous .
in conversation with Nikkei , the head of PlayStation said that the company has invested “discreetly” in creating its own software and that it could seek more opportunities for M&A to strengthen their internal development capabilities.
“We have been quietly but steadily investing in high-quality PlayStation games and will ensure that the PS5 generation will have more dedicated software than ever before,” he said. Ryan.
“We have repeatedly been involved in mergers and acquisitions, including the Insomniac Games in our United States. We will not rule out this option in the future. ”
In terms of future exclusives, SIE is gearing up to throw the Housemarque Returnal in April 30 and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart from Insomniac June 2021.
Guerrilla ‘s Horizon Forbidden West is slated to be released late 2021 e God of War Ragnarok was announced via a brief teaser from September of last year for a PS5 release this year, though nothing further has been heard from Santa Monica Studio s sequel ever since.
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In February, the release date of Gran Turismo 7 was postponed from this year to 2022 due to the “Covid-related production challenges” faced by developer Polyphony Digital. Naughty Dog is also developing a remake of the The Last of Us original.
PlayStation recently closed its oldest primary developer, the Sony Japan Studio , Ryan told Nikkei that the company continues “committed to the Japanese market".
He said, “It is important for us to provide suitable software for the Japanese gaming community, and the PS5 has included a lot of software from Japanese developers from its early stages.
“We will continue to strengthen our ties with Japanese developers and release PS5 content suitable for the Japanese market.”
Ryan also commented on the current supply of PlayStation 5 consoles on the market and stated that Sony has asked manufacturers to increase production.
“There are several reasons why the PS5 was hard to find,” he said. “Supplying with the new coronavirus was very complicated and we had to limit online distribution.
Supply and demand for semiconductors are also tight around the world. We are asking our suppliers to allow us to increase production, which will hit the market this year.”