While we don’t even have specific release dates for the next installment rates God of War o Horizon series, the wait may not be for much longer according to the head of Playstation StudioHermen Hulst.
In a recent interview with Playstation blog, Hulst noted that “PlayStation Studios have more than 25 titles in development. Nearly half of these are new IPs. The other half, are titles that are set in franchises that PlayStation fans already know and love.” For example, Bend Studio, the team behind it aggressively mediocre Past Days, working on a new IP based on open world systems originally built for that game, Hulst said.
Hulst has also had updates on two of Playstation’s most anticipated games, Horizon: Forbidden West and the next God of War. Both are currently in development but “are frankly affected by access to the capture of benefits and talent,” laments Hulst. Regardless, feel that Horizon should always be ready to postpone this holiday season even if there is a solid chance that it may end up being postponed to 2022. God of War, suppose only that you will not receive your Spartan rage until at least the beginning of the new year.
Now, if you, like me, currently have a better chance of finding Jimmy Hoffa’s body than you do a PS5 now, don’t worry about missing out on access to these new tent titles. Hulst reaffirmed that both titles, as well GT7, Will be available on PS4 and PS5.
“You can’t build a community of more than 110 million PS4 owners and then move away from it,” Hulst said. “I think that would be bad news for PS4 fans, and frankly not a lot of good business. Where it makes sense to develop a title for PS4 and PS5 – for West Prohibited Horizon, the next God of War, GT7 – We’ll keep watching that. And if PS4 owners want to play that game, then they can. If they want to go ahead and play the PS5 version, that game will be there for them. ”
The Playstation-to-PC pipeline remains open as well, Hulst noted, with Past Days arrived May 18th. He admits that “We’re still at the beginning of our PC schedule,” and “PlayStation will remain the best place to play our PlayStation Studios titles at launch,” but if you don’t mind wait a few seconds. years ago, today’s first titles should eventually filter their way to your desktop.
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