Although with a staggered launch, and with certain problems in certain countries, the new PS5 is already among us. Sony already has a foot in the new generation, but that has not made it forget about the current one, much less considering the millions of PS4 that have been distributed throughout the world. The company has wanted to talk a bit about it, in fact, it has been the CEO of PlayStation, Jim Ryan, who has done it. For what? To make it clear that they will continue to offer content to PS4 players. They have announced it with the intergenerational arrival of games like Spider-Man Miles Morales or the next Horizon Forbidden West.
Ryan has starred in an interview published by EDGE in its latest issue, and from which ResetERA has collected several statements. Among them, the CEO of the video game firm has emphasized his commitment to the current generation players: “We feel we have a responsibility to the community and it’s an opportunity to make great games on PS4 for as long as it takes. I think it’s the right thing to do and the rational thing to do. But That said, as time goes on you will see more emphasis on PS5 development, which will be the main thing. “
A transition that was more direct in the move from PS3 to PS4, since there was not such a large console base and because at that time, PlayStation needed to go a step further due to the results of its third desktop video game system. Now, after putting more than 112 consoles in homes around the world, they indicate that it is only fair that the process is slower.
With these statements, it is up to the air to know what will happen with future PS5 releases, such as Ratchet and Clank, Gran Turismo 7 or God of War Ragnarok, which, initially, are announced exclusively for the next-generation Sony console.