The launch of the PlayStation 5 was a worldwide success, which eclipsed that of PS4 and put a strain on the production capacity of the Japanese company. In the wake of these results, the CFO of the company Hiroki Totoki has announced a new strategy for video game development.
Sony, while not neglecting its involvement with third parties, will focus much more aggressively on first-party video games. Expected expenditure it's about 20 billion Yen (151 million euros), to invest in the company's internal studies.
Totoki explicitly cited an agreement with the firm Haven Entertainment, founded by former Assassin's Creed designer Jade Raymond. Sony also recently entered into a deal with former Halo, Destiny and Call of Duty designers to develop a new multiplayer title.
The agreement that Sony recently concluded with Epic, da over 200 million dollars.