It has been revealed this week during an interview with Sony’s Adam Boyes and the gaming website Gamasutra, that Sony is considering creating and launching a new PlayStation 4 early access service for gamers to enjoy.
Once launched the new PlayStation 4 early access program is expected to work in a similar way to that already implemented by Valve for PC gamers. Enabling those interested to pay for early adoption and help with the development of games before they are officially launched as a final release.
It’s hoped that the PS4 early access service would attract a wider range of gamers however no details have as yet been revealed about when or how the new PlayStation 4 early access service will launch if at all. Sony’s Adam Boyes explains :
“That’s one of the massive conversations we have internally — that, at what point does a game meet standards of release?”-“We still at some point ensure that we’re being mindful of the consumer. We don’t want somebody to stumble across that title and expect a full product, and have a negative experience.”
That’s the thing — we live in a different world. There are different types of people. There people who always back games, enjoy Kickstarters, try things that they know aren’t finished but are willing to help make better “
As more information is made available over the coming months regards the PlayStation 4 early access we will keep you updated as always.