Will the PlayStation 4 keep getting new games, or will it suffer through the dreaded software drought that inflicts most video game consoles during their first few months on the market? Sony is hoping—and promising—the former.
Sony's got big plans for their next PlayStation, which comes out on Friday. They want to keep pumping it full of big-budget games, indies, and everything in between. But a glance at their release schedule for the next few months must be disconcerting for anyone who has the shiny new console preordered with the expectation that they'll be playing it non-stop. After the launch lineup—Knack, Killzone, and a bunch of multiplatform games like Assassin's Creed IV and Battlefield 4—there isn't much out there.