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Sony CEO Jim Ryan: Many more PS5 games are coming

Published: 08:17, 12 June 2020
Updated: 08:22, 12 June 2020
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Sony's PlayStation 5 games presentation has truly been a joy to behold, with quite the variety on display, but Sony's CEO Jim Ryan insists it's only the beginning.

In an interview with BBC, Ryan said that this is just the beginning, which is even better news for the hordes of already ecstatic PS5 fans. 

Asked to comment on the wide variety of games on display, Ryan said, "We wanted triple-A games that would fully demonstrate the horsepower of the machine. But some of these smaller games are making very cool and innovative use of the new features of the console. So we allowed the show to give a sense of the sheer range of gameplay experience that will be available on PlayStation 5. And this is just the start. There are so many more games that we have in development."

PlayStation 5's announcement came in the midst of an already problematic period, and the situation even managed to take a turn for the worse with the ongoing protests. In other words, many are wondering whether it's a good time to be releasing a new console, but Ryan's response should be more music for the ears of the PS faithful. 

"Conventional wisdom and history show that our business is one of the more recession-proof businesses. But I think this will sharpen our need to ensure that we focus on getting the value equation right. And I emphasise value as opposed to price", he replied

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This, of course, leaves only one thing left unanswered, and Sony are still keeping that one close to the chest - PlayStation 5's price. While we appreciate Sony's focus on value, their continued insistence on the value part of the equation makes us worry a bit about the price. 

You can find the full interview here .

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