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Tuesday, 26 February 2013 09:02

All Sony-owned studios working on PS4 titles

Written by David Stellmack

Not clear what that means for future PS3 titles

All of the studios at Sony Worldwide are working on PlayStation 4 titles, according to Shuhei Yoshida, the big boss at Sony Worldwide Studios. That means all 12 first-party studios are hard at work on PS4 offerings and not all of those have been announced.

While we learned some of the titles that are in development, we don’t know all of them. What isn’t clear is where that leaves the PlayStation 3 in Sony’s eyes. Does this mean that the company is done producing first party titles for the console? It is hard to say, but we do know that it is going to be less likely that we see much more from Sony for the PlayStation 3.

Again, this is another blank that we look to see filled in at E3. While Sony will be stopping development for the PlayStation 3, we already know that a number of developers are still planning PlayStation 3 releases, and in many cases dual releases for both the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.

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