Signs that Sony is about to ‘retire’ PlayStation 4 ‘retirement’

by nativetechdoctor
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Sony just revealed the big games to look forward to coming to the PlayStation in 2023, but they’ve been a bit lacking.

According to The Gamer, the PlayStation 4 is Sony’s second best-selling console with over 117 million units sold since its launch in 2013. The device also ranks fourth among the best-selling consoles of all time. era, right after the Nintendo DS and Game Boy.

It can be seen that PlayStation 4 is really a cult name of Sony and it has also witnessed the most unforgettable game releases. However, it looks like the company is planning to retire this device soon.

Accordingly, a new PlayStation trailer gives a glimpse of the anticipated games coming to PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 in 2023, including Final Fantasy 16, Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores Expansion, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, Forspoken, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League and Dead Space. These are all highly anticipated games, but it is worth noting that they will only be available on the PlayStation 5 console.

Since its release two years ago, PlayStation 5 has only had five first-party exclusive games. Apart from these games, there are also only a handful of exclusive third-party games, and most of them are available on PlayStation 4. However, in the latest trailer, fans will realize that there is no game. play any for PlayStation 4.

Microsoft quietly discontinued Xbox One production at the end of 2020 to focus on Xbox Series X/S, while Sony has ordered an additional 1 million PlayStation 4 units by 2022. One of the reasons behind this. due to a supply shortage of PlayStation 5, which could be the reason for the unprecedented increase in demand for PlayStation 4 after 9 years of release.

The PlayStation 4 will mark its 10-year anniversary this year, which may well be the last talk about the number of titles coming to PlayStation 4, both first and third-party. In addition, with the launch of PSVR 2, players will need a PlayStation 5 to be able to experience modern VR gaming, which is another sign of the PlayStation 4’s final years.

If Sony let the PlayStation 4 ‘retire’ this year, it would really be the end of a glorious era of this console.

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