Wired's new article shares new details on the state of PlayStation 5.
Hermen Hulst, a Guerrilla co-founder and now the leader of PlayStation Studios, told the source that their group has more than 25 titles in development for the PS5. He also noted that nearly half of them are entirely new IP. "There’s an incredible amount of variety originating from different regions," Hulst said. "Big, small, different genres."
The team also shared some details on how they plan to increase the production of their PS5 units. "We’re working as hard as we can to ameliorate that situation," CEO Jim Ryan said. “We see production ramping up over the summer and certainly into the second half of the year, and we would hope to see some sort of return to normality in terms of the balance between supply and demand during that period."
The team also reported that users logged 81 percent more time on the console than on the PS4 during a comparable period in 2013-14. What is more, 11 percent more game units have been sold during the first five months since the launch than on its predecessor, said Sony.
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