PlayStation Chairman Jim Ryan recently said in an interview that they will not change their console business policies yet, and in fact, they are now planning to release more titles exclusive to PS5 compared to previous generations.
PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan has been in Japan for the past few days Nikkenik Interview (which VGC It was so nice and translated into English) that he said their consoles have so far focused on exclusive high-quality AAA games, and it won’t be any different in the future.
In days, Returnal will only appear on PlayStation 5 and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart in June, as God of War: Ragnarök and Gran Turismo 7 have also been previously announced, which will also enjoy the privacy of the new console – at least for now.
Ryan said this trend will only intensify as the PS5 ages, to the point that their new console will boast more exclusive titles than any previous PlayStation. The gentleman added that in addition to Days Gone, several other games are planned for computers, and that the absence of coronavirus and semiconductors has naturally helped the PS5 run out of stock, but the situation will improve this year.
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