If You Think Sony Has No PS4 Surprises Left, You’re Wrong
Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida has said that there is more to come this year when it comes to new PS4 game announcements.
“This time, the theme was to introduce first-party games, as well as a number of third-party games,” Yoshida said in reference to Sony’s Gamescom conference, in an interview with Famitsu, translated by Gamatsu.
“But to be honest, in selecting the games we wanted to introduce, we realised it wasn’t possible to fit everything into the frame of the conference, so unfortunately there were some games we couldn’t introduce this time.”
When asked if this means Sony still has more to show, Yoshida responded in the affirmative before going on to talk about how Sony will need new games from Japanese developers to help sell the console in its home nation.
“On the subject of PlayStation 4 in the Japanese marketplace, more content is necessary in order for it to gain ground. If the games made by Japanese developers further multiply, game fans will gradually begin buying PlayStation 4,” Yoshida said.
Does this mean there will be some PS4 announcements at the Tokyo Game Show? Well, Yoshida said that Sony “consider it a very important point”.