Sony is making a habit of PlayStation u-turns of late, but this one’s a bombshell. AAA first-party games like Gran Turismo 7 and the next God of War won’t be PS5-only – they’re coming to the PS4 too.
After PlayStation boss Mark Carney previously hinted that continuing to create the top games for PS4 could potentially hinder the breadth of next-gen titles, another Sony executive has said owners of the legacy console can expect many of the big PlayStation studios releases for some time yet.
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