The lights are on
When Sony unveiled the PlayStation 4 last week, it apparently sent out the wrong list of European developers.
Joystiq reports that at the time, the original list included over 50 studios working on titles, including Mojahg, Criterion, Techland, Rovio and more. Now, that list has been replaced with an entirely different list with an all-new cast of developers, including Deep Silver, TT Games, CD Projekt RED, and more.
Of course, some of the old companies may still release games for the PS4.
The New List:
Head over to Joystiq for more, as well as the original list.
Email the author Matthew Kato, or follow on Twitter, and Game Informer.
Conspiracy? I THINK SO, WATSON!
That's a good roster of developers right there.
Its okay, Sony... No one is crying or upset....
I'm sure Criterion will release a game on PS4 and Rovio I don't think I'll notice missing.
Well.. I'm glad they cleared that up.
Well this list is only like 29 or 30 developers. I find it hard to believe you accidentally get the two mixed up. Then again why would they post a false list. Regardless they still have some cool studios on there. Ninja theory is on There . It would be cool to see another heavenly sword.
How'd that happen in the first place?
No big deal - -, mistakes happen
That's a pretty good list.
C'mon, if you're gonna release a new console, at least get the devs right... >:
a big oops? ... i'm ok with this tho
Great list, can't wait for PS4.