The PlayStation Showcase was bereft of many first-party titles. So what are the various PlayStation Studios teams working on?
The developer says its next game – which is not a VR title unlike Blood and Truth – is going to be its most ambitious project to date.
A recent job listing has suggested that SIE London Studio's next game is going to place an emphasis on magic-based gameplay, ongoing storytelling, and rich world-building.
Toby Haynes, who was most recently with Rare, has joined Playground Games as character lead on the upcoming Fable.
The studio behind Blood and Truth has many open positions, including Senior Level/Mission Designer to handle challenges and rewards in levels.
The developer seems to be working on something potentially very fresh.
A second job ad also mentions "the next generation of rewarding gameplay and cinematics."
The developers of Blood and Truth seem to have something exciting in the works.
Could it be Sony's next big virtual reality title?
The first person shooter will boast improved frame rates, resolution, and more.
The developers also promise more free DLC coming in the future.
"If we don't keep investing, somebody else is going to come along and win big," says SIE London Studio's head of VR product development Stuart Whyte.
Sony's latest major PSVR release has topped UK sales charts.
Come for the action, stay for the story.
VR-focused London Studio is excited about getting to work on the PS5.