Sony Reveals What It Has In Store For PlayStation In The Coming Years!

Further details of the strategy will be announced at the Sony corporate meeting on May 23.



All signs indicate that significant changes are on the horizon for PlayStation. A few days ago, it became known who would be the new leaders of PlayStation after the departure of Jim Ryan, the former CEO of the Sony game industry division. Hermen Hulst and Hideaki Nishino take over. The former will oversee all of PlayStation’s first-party studios, while the latter will be responsible for services, hardware, and relations with third-party studios.

In the coming days and at the end of the month, we will learn more about PlayStation’s strategy.

However, thanks to a slide (via Genki_JPN) presented in its financial report for the past fiscal year, we already know three goals that Sony wants to achieve with its video game division in the mid-to-long term. Here’s what PlayStation intends to accomplish in the next three years.

The first of these is to expand the PS5’s player base. They talked about this yesterday in a post in which they wrote that Sony faces a significant challenge in relation to the PlayStation 5. Because of the 118 million active PSN users, you have to convince half of the remaining PS4 users. The second goal is “providing richer gaming experiences,” which you can achieve with the help of first-party PlayStation Studios.

However, it should also be said that this may not happen until March 2025, as Sony will not be releasing any major franchise games of its own this fiscal year.


Sony will make more efforts to win over the PC audience


The third goal that Sony has set for itself is progress in the area of its own software (first-party games) and PC deployment. Therefore, we can expect more regular releases of PlayStation-exclusive games on PC. Moreover, as we recently reported, Ghost of Tsushima surpassed Spider-Man to become Sony’s best first-party debut on Steam. He couldn’t dethrone God of War alone.

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