PlayStation acquires Savage Game Studios and forms Mobile Division

Sony has reassured fans that big-budget, single-player PlayStation games will remain a focus even with the creation of a new PlayStation Studios mobile division.

In a PlayStation Blog post published on Tuesday, PlayStation Studios CEO Herman Hulst announced that the company has acquired mobile games studio Savage Game Studios and will integrate the Helsinki- and Berlin-based studio into its new mobile division. This division will “operate independently of our console development and will focus on innovative on-the-go experiences based on new and existing PlayStation IP,” said Hulst.

“As we’ve assured you with our plans to bring select titles to PC, our efforts beyond console in no way diminish our commitment to the PlayStation community or our passion to continue creating amazing, narrative-driven single-player experiences “, he wrote .

“Our mobile gaming efforts will be similarly additive, providing more ways for more people to engage with our content and striving to reach new audiences unfamiliar with PlayStation and our games.”

For its first project under the aegis of Sony, Savage Game Studios will develop a new AAA live service action game for mobile devices. It’s unclear whether it will be based on existing Sony intellectual property or an entirely new property. PlayStation acquires Savage Game Studios and forms Mobile Division

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