2015 has been a disappointing year for Sony when it comes to exclusive games. They were few and mainly not up to fans’ expectations – maybe Bloodborne was to only one to reach a great level of people’s satisfaction this year.
Things are going to be different in 2016, as Shuhei Yoshida said in a recent livestream conducted in Tokyo in cooperation with the magazine Dengeki. According to Sony Worldwide Studios, the games to be presented and launched next year way too many.
Based on his experience, Yoshida remarked that those titles are so many they are encountering issues like not having enough space during press conferences to properly showcase them or not having events that could be adapt for them to be revealed.
If this is to be believed, someone could say Sony wasted a good opportunity with PlayStation Experience 2015, which ended up being a bit disappointed for eager PS4 fans.
By the way, it is true there’s going to be a certain abundance of PlayStation titles releasing next year: Gravity Rush 2, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, Horizon: Zero Dawn, Detroit and more. Are you satisfied with this lineup? Let us know in the comments.