Sony has announced that the Sony PS4 platform now has more than 1,000 licensed self publishing developers who can publish on the PlayStation platform.
When Sony announced the PlayStation 4 back in February of 2013, the company had 200 developers ready to publish games for the PS4.
A year ago at the Game Developers Conference, we kicked our support for independent developers into high-gear. Since then, we continued to partner with some of the world’s best and brightest independent developers committed to bringing their titles — some of the most creative and innovative games I’ve seen — to PlayStation platforms. We’ve already seen some great content hit PS4 — from crafting waffles in Don’t Starve to scaring the pants off of people with Outlast. We’re looking forward to some of this year’s self-published titles like Octodad, Transistor, N++, GALAK-Z, Rogue Legacy, Binding of Isaac: Rebirth, and The Witness, and you know we’re all already playing a metric arrow ton of TowerFall Ascension.
Sony also revealed that they have more than 100 new games that will launch on the PlayStation 4 this year, with populr titles like Watch Dogs, The Elder Scrolls Online and more.Filed Under: Gaming News, Technology News