a division is devoted to mobile games

To further its mobile game development strategy, Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) announces the creation of a dedicated division within its video game developer group PlayStation Studios. It will operate independently from the console development division.

This announcement comes as part of the signing of a definitive agreement for the acquisition by SIE of its first mobile game development team. In this case it is Savage Game Studioswhose founders worked at Rovio, Supercell, Insomniac, Wargaming and Zynga.

While Savage Game Studios has apparently not launched any games yet, the studio is working on a new AAA action game for mobile that has not yet been unveiled. Last year, Savage Game Studios raised $4.4 million to set up two mobile game studios in Berlin, Germany and Helsinki, Finland.

PC and mobile in addition to consoles

The PlayStation Studios Mobile team will be able to offer mobile games based on PlayStation intellectual property and franchises, both current and future. In its communication, SIE emphasizes its undiminished commitment to the PlayStation community and its game consoles PS4 et PS5… in addition to the PC.

By 2025, Sony Interactive Entertainment aims to have half of the PlayStation games catalog available on PC and mobile.


Source: GNT – actualités by www.generation-nt.com.

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