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Monday, 31 March 2014 07:08

1,000+ indies able to self-publish

Written by David Stellmack

PlayStation platforms should benefit

Sony has revealed that it has licensed 1000+ developers globally to self-publish on the company’s PlayStation platforms. The company views this as a very significant milestone that should benefit all of the company’s platforms with new and unique software.

It was only a year ago when Sony really started making a significant effort to attract indie developers to publish titles for its platform. The effort has paid off with Sony seeing a large number of indie developed titles make its way to PlayStation platforms.

The company continues to see indie developers playing a key role in the software that is developed for its consoles. It has been evident that the software developed from small indie developers can be every bit as good as the stuff developed by larger teams. The key is to continue to give the customer choices and the continued expansion and support of indie developers does this.

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