The PlayStation 4 has been off to a great start in the way of hyping the PS4 and getting people excited for it, but for those who are worried about developers releasing less content due to high development costs, you should not worry.
According to a report from VG24/7 yesterday, Sony Worldwide studios senior vice president Michael Denny talked about how people will be surprised with how little of a leap in development costs come with the PS4.
"I think what we’re seeing anyway in the industry is a polarisation between the triple-A games at the top end, which are getting more and more budget going in to them and even on current-gen have a lot of resource and effort going in to them.
"I think you’ll be surprised that with next-generation PlayStation 4 it’s not that much of a leap up, because these games on current-gen are already pushing things to the max in terms of resources you’re putting in to them," Denny said.
Denny then talked about how there will be room for a diverse world of content with the PlayStation 4 and that will vary the cost of development.
"It’s not one size fits all; it depends on the content, it depends on the market you’re going for, the genre.
"But I think it’s important that there’s always a place for those big, triple-A experiences," Denny said.