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TOKYO—Sony Corp.’s next-generation PlayStation is still more than a year away, but its marketing strategy against newcomers like Google is already clear: Focus on hard-core gamers who obsess over the features.
The semi-regular dribble of variably reliable info coming through about the PlayStation 5 might feel frustrating, but it does point to the fact that its official announcement is looming closer and closer.
New game consoles from Microsoft and Sony are in development, but the head of Bayonetta developer Platinum Games is not all that excited by them, apparently. Studio head Atsushi Inaba told Video Game that
Sony has said that the release date of its next-generation PlayStation console, likely to be called the PS5, will not be for at least 12 months. In an earnings call, the firm said that any new console