Although we still don’t have a specific release date for the next installment to be honored God of war Or Horizon Series, the wait may not be long According to the PlayStation Studio headHerman Hulst
In a recent interview with PlayStation Blog“There are more than 25 titles in the development of PlayStation Studios. About half of these are new IPs. The other half are titles that are set in franchises that PlayStation fans already know and love,” Hulst said. Offensively moderate Gone are the days, Hulst says he is working on a new IP based on the open world systems built primarily for this game.
There were also updates on two of Hulst’s most anticipated PlayStation games, Horizon: Forbidden West And next God of War. Both are currently in development but “they have been clearly influenced by performance capture and access to talent,” Hulst lamented. Regardless, she feels it Horizon It should still be ready to ship this holiday season, although there is a good chance it could end and return in 2022. Because God of war, Just assume you won’t get your Spartan rage at least until the start of the new year.
Now, if you, like me, have a better chance of finding Jimmy Hoffer’s body now than the PS5 hijacking, don’t worry about missing access to these new marketing headlines. Hulst reaffirmed that those two titles, as well GT7, Will be available on both PS4 and PS5.
“You can’t create a community of more than 110 million PS4 owners and then just move away from here,” Hulst said. “I think this would be bad news for PS4 fans, and not really very good business Horizon Forbidden West, Next God of war, GT7 – We’ll keep looking. And if PS4 owners want to play that game, they can. If they want to continue the PS5 version, they will have that game. “
The PlayStation-to-PC pipeline is open as well, Hulst noted, with The day is over Arriving May 18, he acknowledged that “we’re still at the forefront of our plans for the PC,” and “the PlayStation will be the best place to launch our PlayStation Studios title”, but if you don’t wait a few years, today’s top titles are finally yours. Their way to the desktop should be filtered.
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