Since Sony abandoned its PS Vita, you know you are missing a lot of bills. Mobile gaming is all the rage, whether it’s on the small screen of an iPhone or the larger screen of an iPad.
It therefore plans to take advantage of the attraction of its major exclusive PlayStation titles and launch their corresponding versions adapted for iOS and iPadOS. Excellent news, without a doubt.
Sony plans to expand its efforts in developing games for mobile devices. He is recruiting programmers to adapt many PlayStation franchises so that they will be playable on iPhone and iPad in the future.
The plan was discovered through a job posting
Have been discovered Jobs looking for someone for the role of “Head of Mobile, PlayStation Studios, Sony Interactive Entertainment” in California. The announcement explains that the nominee “will lead all aspects of the expansion of its game development, from consoles and PCs to mobile and live services,” but with a focus on “the successful adaptation of the most popular PlayStation franchises. most popular for mobile “.
The successful candidate will also be responsible for “building and scaling a team of mobile developers” and will serve as “head of this new business unit within PlayStation Studios”. Of course, if they wanted to keep it a secret, the hiring manager Sony
The editorial label of Playstation Mobile already exists and works, and has spawned a few mobile titles, including “Run Sackboy!” and “Uncharted: Fortune Hunter” among others. He has also been the editor of some PC games based on PlayStation games, including “Horizon: Zero Dawn” and “Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture”.
Sony previously had a more significant presence in mobile games, such as the Xperia Play smartphone and its handheld game consoles. PSP Yes PS Vita. It is also possible to play PlayStation games through an iPhone or iPad, using the Remote Play app to stream from a console over the network.
Sony wants to explore a path that Nintendo has already tried with fortune. In 2017, Nintendo started releasing iPhone games based on major franchises such as “Super Mario Run” and “Fire Emblem Heroes”, with very good user acceptance.