Sony confirmed last night at E3 that they are going to have more than 110 titles for their upcoming console, the PS4.
Announcing many partnerships with big and small companies, they introduced us to Bungie Inc., Activision, Blizzard Entertainment Inc., Square Enix, Ubisoft Entertainment, 2K Sports, Bethesda Games Studios, Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment, and more.
Sony has proved to the nation that they are for gaming, and developers have been swarming to Sony, raising the number from 126 to a whopping 505. Sony will have 40 first party games and much more third party games that will be available for the PS4.
Sony went in depth with a couple of their games during E3:
- Kingdom Hearts III
- Final Fantasy XV
- Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag
- Watch Dogs
- NBA 2K14
- The Elder Scrolls Online
- Mad Max
- inFamous: Second Son
- The Order: 1886
- Killzone: Shadowfall
- Beyond: Two Souls
- Batman: Arkham Origin
President of Sony Worldwide Studios informed us that they are working on over 30 new titles, and 20 of these titles will be available to gamers within a year from the launch of the PS4. They also mentioned that there are 12 new IP’s under development.
Sony has created a very strong promising line-up of games. We hope to see more in store as the PS4 creeps closer by.