Sony recently revealed, through a financial report, that it would postpone half of the service’s 12 games it had planned.
This information is reported by VGCIt is revealed that Sony was planning to launch 12 gaming services by the end of the fiscal year 2026; However, the owner of PlayStation reduced her ambitions.
A “rigorous portfolio review” conducted in conjunction with Destiny studio Bungie has led to some games being delayed due to quality issues.
Here’s what Sony President, COO and CFO Hiroki Totoki had to say about it:
“We are reviewing that…we are doing everything we can to ensure that [estes jogos] To be appreciated and loved by players for a long time. [Dos] 12 titles and six titles will be released by FY25 – this is our current plan. [Quanto aos] Six titles remain, and we are still working on them.
“This is the total number of live service and multiplayer titles [e] In the medium to long term we want [impulsionar] This type of service is the company’s policy that has not changed. This does not mean that we limit ourselves to certain titles, but the quality of the game should be the most important thing.
Among the 12 titles in development will certainly be The Last of Us Online, an online game from Horizon and an original IP from PlayStation’s London Studio.
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