Didn’t quite mention who was working on what platform.
Sony Computer Entertainment America was out in full force at the GameStop Expo. Along with talking about how Young Horses, developer for the upcoming Octodad: Dadliest Catch, were provided PS4 dev-kits within 48 hours of contacting Sony, the publisher revealed a list of studois that were working on exclusive content for the PlayStation brand.
Of course, they didn’t specify who was developing what for which platform (though some of them we already know about). The full list is as follows: Activision Blizzard, Atlus, Bethesda Games, Bluepoint Games, Bungie, Capcom, Deep Down, Disney Interactive, EA, Insomniac Games, Konami, Level-5, Nordic Games, Rockstar Games, Sanzaru Games, Sega, Square Enix, Sumo Digital, Take-Two, Ubisoft, Warner Bros. and Zindagi Games.
Some of these, including Bungie’s tie-up for Destiny and Bethesda’s exclusive The Elder Scrolls Online PS4 beta, are obvious. However, what about companies like Rockstar Games – which had Agent in development for the PS3 before putting it on the back burner – and Sega, who is currently in bed with Nintendo? Then again, those could just be PlayStation Vita titles but it definitely remains to be seen what announcements will crop up in the coming months.