They also talked about Boundless.
After a few years where they didn’t do, well, anything, really, Sony’s first party is back and hitting in full force. There’s so much coming to the PS4- new exciting IPs like Horizon and Dreams, continuation of older, fan favorite franchises such as Uncharted, Ratchet and Clank, and Gran Turismo, and the games that Sony is making in collaboration with its indie game partners.
All of these games that Sony Worldwide Studios are working on are, according to Sony’s Shahid Kamal Ahmad, going to be a touch above anything that anyone else is working on. Speaking on Twitter, Ahmad said, “The stuff that WWS will be bringing to PS4 is just on another level. Tears of joy well up when I think of stuff like Dreams and WiLD.”
Personally, I do agree- while I think in sheer quality, Nintendo is the first party to beat, and in the ability to churn out a blockbuster, Microsoft remains unbeaten, what Sony is doing in exploring the boundaries of games with their projects is something else entirely.
One of the games that Sony is working on with indie game studio Wonderstruck is Boundless. Boundless was announced at Sony’s Paris Games Week briefing, and it looked pretty damn good. Speaking on Twitter, Ahmad said, “I’ve been dying to tell you about Boundless for some time. What James Austin and his team are building is going to be very special. There are some things in Boundless that make your jaw drop like no other game manages.” However, he wouldn’t share specifics just yet- he is leaving that to Wonderstruck to do, whenever they wish to disclose more information about their game publicly.
Boundless looks great, and Sony’s first party seems to be on track for next year. If you are a PlayStation fan, exciting times are ahead.
Also: The stuff that WWS will be bringing to PS4 is just on another level. Tears of joy well up when I think of stuff like Dreams, Wild etc— Shahid Kamal Ahmad (@shahidkamal) October 28, 2015
I’ve been dying to tell you about Boundless for some time. What @james_austin and his team are building is going to be very special.— Shahid Kamal Ahmad (@shahidkamal) October 28, 2015