Console maker throws development arsenal at next-gen hardware
Sony has confirmed that all of its studios are developing games for the PlayStation 4.
SPeaking to IGN, Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida said "it is fair to say" that the console giant was putting all of its first-party developers on its next-gen console.
Several of these teams have already demoed their projects at the PS4 unveiling last week, including Guerrilla Games with Killzone 4, Sucker Punch's InFamous: Second Son and Evolotion Studios' DriveClub.
Sony has a number of other first-party studios, such as Naughty Dog, SCE Santa Monica, SCE San Siego, Guerrilla Cambridge and Media Molecule.
This is obviously a big commitment from Sony, and signals a great deal of confidence in its new platform.
It can also be seen as a move to make sure that there will be enough games at to entice customers to drop several hundred dollars on a new console.