The PS5 may be the new kid on the block, but for Sony‘s Jim Ryan, the format holder has no plans to stop making ‘great PS4 games’ for the time being as the industry slowly transitions to the next-generation of hardware.
Speaking with EDGE magazine, Ryan explained that development will shift in favour of PS5 in time, but for now, PS4 isn’t going to be left out in the cold.
We do feel that we have a responsibility to that very large community, and an opportunity to carry on making great PS4 games for as long as the need is there. think you will see a tail with PS4 that you did not see with PS3. But that said, as time passes, you’re going to see more and more emphasis on PS5 development.
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The PS4 was released in November 2013 and has sold over 110 million units worldwide, comfortably outpacing its predecessor, which remains Sony’s lowest-selling home console.
[Source – TheGamer]