PlayStation Intends To ‘Accelerate The Rollout’ Of First-Party Games
As we’ve come to expect from Sony, the PlayStation 5 will bring with it a plethora of high quality first-party games that will help set the PS5 apart from that other next-gen console. While Sony has recently been considering bringing more first-party games to the PC platform, the company is, at the same time, confirmed that it will be hastening its rollout of first-party titles on the PS5.
The news comes by way of a report released by Sony this past Friday, wherein the company confirmed that the plan is to be more proactive in terms of developing and releasing first-party exclusives. “Competition from online PC games and players from other industries is expected to continue to intensify,” the company wrote in the report.
SIE intends to make proactive investments to reinforce content IP, and work to raise brand value, foster communities and user engagement, while enhancing direct to consumer services that get closer to users.”
Sony continues by saying that ” to reinforce content IP, SIE will accelerate the enhancement and rollout of its portfolio of exclusive PlayStation titles.” It’s odd to think that the company can do ‘more’ in terms of developing first-party exclusives games given the plethora of such titles that have been developed for the PS4 these past few years, though if any company can do it, it’d be Sony.
The PlayStation 5 is slated to release at some point this Holiday 2020.
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