A late PS4 trailer revealed by Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe on January first brought about a couple misconception. As it specified that the games included would come in 2017. In any case, it additionally included Quantic Dream’s Detroit: Become Human and Media Molecule’s Dreams. However, these aren’t affirmed for a 2017 release.
Sony has changed its PS4 trailer name to maintain a strategic distance from perplexity
This brought about SIE Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida to take to Twitter. And illuminate that it was an oversight. Today Sony posted an adjusted form. With the sprinkle screen toward the starting changed from “Unmissable PS4 Console Exclusives Coming in 2017” to “Unmissable PS4 Console Exclusives Coming in 2017 and beyond”. And that is not all.
The trailer likewise drew some fire for some “PlayStation 4 Console Exclusive” and “PS4 Exclusive” names that had all the earmarks of being lost. The reason is a secret. In any case, considering the nonattendance of games like Horizon: Zero Dawn or MLB 17: The Show, which are created by Sony’s own particular studios, we’d say there’s nothing to peruse in it. What’s more, we ought to just appreciate the trailer. Also, consider this another eccentricity of Sony’s selective naming framework.
We’re just glad they did this. There’s enough misinformation in the gaming industry as is. And it’s commendable to see Sony correct their errors. Furthermore, it is probably because Gran Turismo is in the trailer. They always announce GT and then it drops like three years later.
Source: Dual Shockers