When Sony held their initial PlayStation 4 reveal in New York in February, the platform holder boasted there were 126 developers currently making games for the console. That wasn’t exactly a modest amount, but it pales into insignificance when compared to the current figure.
Sadly the statement doesn’t list which new developers are on board, and whilst we’re sure not every game will end up being a triple-A blockbuster it’s hard hard to imagine that there’s going to be a good chunk of great titles in there.
Sony has been touting the likes of Bungie’s Destiny (which got its gameplay reveal during Sony’s pre-E3 conference) and support from Square Enix and Ubisoft, with the total of confirmed games currently at 110. Sony’s first parties have 30 games in development, and 12 are new IPs (like Ready At Dawn’s The Order: 1886).
20 of those games will be available within twelve months of launch.