Sony wants to give new impetus to its video games for mobile phones and part of the success comes from running some of its major franchises of PlayStation to smartphones.
Mobile games are the present and the future. Its growth in recent years has been exponential and mobile players will not stop in the coming years. Plus, we see how many titles are hugely lucrative for studios through new forms of monetization and in-game purchases.
From Sony, they don’t want to miss this train and they know that some of the games that have triumphed on PlayStation could have a big pull on mobile phones as well. Can you imagine Uncharted, Gran Turismo, God of War o The Last of Us
From PlayStation to smartphones
The Japanese are ready to seize the opportunity to reach hundreds of thousands of pockets and have posted a job posting in which they are looking for the person responsible for exploiting this strategy focused on mobile games, taking advantage of the experience and titles that have already come out PlayStation Studios.
“As the Head of the Business Unit, he will advance the vision, mission and strategy of mobile game development within PlayStation Studios.
Other companies like Nintendo have already proven that it can work, and big studios like Activision Blizzard are also working on titles suitable for mobile phones. Nothing else, but the power and gaming capabilities will not be lacking the day we can enjoy The Last of Us while we wait at the bus stop.
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