Speaking to IGN, Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida confirmed that all of Sony's first-party studios are gearing up for the new console. The outlet asked "Is it fair to say that all of the first party studios are working on PS4 games?" to which Yoshida responded: "Is it fair or not fair? It is fair to say."
That's the kind of answer we like to hear, given the implications. As a reminder, the company's first-parties include teams like Naughty Dog, Polyphony Digital, Santa Monica Studio, San Diego Studio, Bend Studio, and London Studio, as well as the more obvious: Japan Studio (Knack), Evolution Studios (DriveClub), Guerrilla Games (Killzone: Shadow Fall), Sucker Punch Productions (inFAMOUS: Second Son), and Media Molecule (dancing).
Anything in particular jump out at you? I'm not a sim-racing person by any means, but I'd love a new Gran Turismo just to see the priceless look on Dale's face.
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