For a better understanding Sony on me PlayStation Exclusive And why don’t these appear on the first day on PlayStation Plus, Shuhei Yoshida, Head of PlayStation Indies, has Compared to moviesExplaining that these They go out first in the cinema and then on TV, in subscription services.
In the same interview in which he stated that Sony’s priority is to release games at full price, Yoshida drew a counterpart to the movie world, which is actually particularly close to Sony, given that much of the entertainment division is focused on producing cinematic content.
In this way, he explained how Sony views its subscription services and in particular the new three-tier PlayStation Plus: “For PlayStation Plus additionalOur approach is to help publishers manage the game lifecycle. I was in charge of running the first party games on PlayStation, so I know they are treated like movies,” Yoshida explained. The film first comes out in the cinema, then it goes to pay-per-view, to subscription services, or finally to free TV. Each time it generates new profits and reaches a wider audience.”
In short, it’s an analogy explaining how Sony intends to treat first-party games, and possibly Triple A of a certain caliber in general, with its subscription service, confirming that these won’t make it to day one on PlayStation Plus. Jim Ryan has previously stated his belief that this could spoil their quality.
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