“The sign of a healthy games platform is both lots of indie content and lots of AAA content,” says David Edery, CEO of Spry Fox.
Given the lack of AAA games and the abundance of indie games on the PlayStation 4, certain players feel that the Sony’s current generation console has now become an indie console. After all almost every indie game is making its way to the PlayStation 4 which is always a good thing but come on, people did not paid $399 to only play indie games. The exclusives have been less and far between with several blockbuster games like The Order getting delayed.
We asked David Edery, who is the CEO of Spry Fox about what he thinks about these claims. “Anyone who paid attention to Sony’s E3 press conference knows that there’s no shortage of AAA content coming to the PS4,” he said to GamingBolt. “The sign of a healthy games platform is both lots of indie content and lots of AAA content. Seems like the PS4 is there.”
It is important to note that the line up for PlayStation 4 in 2015 is looking promising with Ratchet and Clank and Bloodborne. Then there are the likes of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, The Order 1886 and you may never know, Sony can surprise us with Gran Turismo 7. But for now, PS4 owners need to wait for a game that will define the platform.
Spry Fox are currently working on Road Not Taken which releases next week on the PlayStation 4.