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Friday, 04 October 2013 07:34

PS3 might not be around as long as the PS2

Written by David Stellmack

Yoshida things PS3 might not be around in 5 years

Shuhei Yoshida who is the boss at Sony Studios Worldwide believes that long term the PlayStation 3 might not have the kind of shelf life that the PlayStation 2 had. It could be as little as five year and the console’s support might disappear.

Depending on how well the PlayStation 4 does and how quickly developers move to the PlayStation 4 will all contribute to the decision on how long the console support lasts. Sony currently only has two PlayStation 3 titles coming which are Beyond: Two Souls which is set to arrive next week and Gran Turismo 6. Sony has nothing else on the agenda that they are at least talking about for the PlayStation 3.

No decisions have been made yet, but you can be sure that Sony as will third party publishers will be watching things closely to determine the fate of the future of the Playstation 3.

David Stellmack

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