• PS5 Probably Won't Get 'Generation Defining Games' Until 2022, Says PlayStation CEO

    9 days ago - By VG Chartz

    The next-generation consoles are now available in most major markets, however, they quickly sold out and are expected be hard to find through early 2021. Sony expects the transition from the PS4 to PS5 to take around three years with more games getting cross-generation releases on the two consoles.
    PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan in an interview with TASS said it takes developers time to get used to the new hardware and that generation defining games likely won't be available until at least 2022.
    "History will tell you that it's in the second or third year that the developers really hit their...
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  • PS5 Won't Get “Generation-Defining” Titles Until Probably At Least 2022, Says PlayStation CEO

    PS5 Won't Get “Generation-Defining” Titles Until Probably At Least 2022, Says PlayStation CEO

    9 days ago - By Gaming Bolt

    The PS5 is finally here around the world , and for those who managed to get one, they were primed and ready to jump into this new generation of consoles. Of course, as we're finding out, we're going to be in for a lot of cross-generational development. Sony themselves have said to expect it in some form for the next 3 years , even though apparently cross-gen first party titles will be built from the ground up with PS5 features in mind. It's really not that shocking, considering how the costs of games have gone up in recent years, and that the PS4 has a near 115 million userbase. In fact...
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