Sony and Rockstar have a background marked by cooperating. PlayStation totally supported L.A. Noire in 2004. PlayStation gave the distributing rights to RockStar in 2005. RockStar Re declared the game in 2008 as a PS3 exclusive. At that point later Re was reported as a multiplatform title. Gossipy tidbits were that PlayStation and RockStar made an arrangement that LA Noire will never again be exclusive. In any case, in return Agent was to be exclusive for PS3 since PlayStation said they bolted their eyes on Agent. And have an extraordinary association with RockStar.
Sony has made an arrangement with Rockstar over Read Dead Redemption 2 and possibly GTA 5 Online
So far we haven’t heard that RockStar had paid PlayStation for completely financing LA Noire. But maybe they have given over distributing rights. Starting at now, RockStar owes PlayStation a game which is Agent. The arrangement will now change to Red Redemption 2 with selective substance. RockStar doesn’t possess anything. Agents may have been wiped out. And PlayStation subsidized that game.
On account of Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar has an arrangement set up with Sony. The consequence of which is Online DLC getting to be distinctly accessible for PlayStation 4 players sooner than for Xbox One players. Since this arrangement is putting Xbox One players off guard, despite the fact that they pay an indistinguishable sum for the game from PS4 clients, many fans are pestered.
Be that as it may, does this influence GTA 5 Online, another multiplatform title in any capacity? All things considered, it’s exceedingly far-fetched. While beyond any doubt Rockstar has adjusted the model of substance dissemination some time recently, cutting the past-gen consoles unaware of what’s going on (PS3 and Xbox 360 don’t get GTA 5 Online update anymore), this was done altogether inside. And keeping in mind the end goal to streamline advancement.