The company assures its support for the traditional model
This last week has been marked by the acquisition of Gaikai by Sony. $380 million the company will invest in making their transition into the digital age, where the concept of play in the cloud could stand as its starting point.
However, recently quoted by the website MCV, the company has sent a message of peace to the street level distribution, ie, physical game stores. Fergal Gara, The Nippon leader in the UK, explained that the stores are passing through a ‘reset’, but continue to pose a substantial part of Sony’s market strategy.
In this sense, Fergal Gara explained Sony’s vision regarding the physical stores: “What we are seeing is not really a surprise, this is a slight ‘reset’ if you want to call it that, not only is affecting stores the main avenues, “adding:” We’d love to see the maximum possible number of retailers interested in this space “…” will make every effort to give a new injection to the market as soon as it start in the next cycle. ”
Embracing all formats
So those who frequent traditional stores, both collectors and regular buyers of second-hand games, can breathe easy for now. PlayStation 4 will not terminate these stores, as has been suggested the British leader, will play a crucial role in the future of their new console. well it seems that the debate, by Sony, is settled.
Pending further notice
For now, its unknown the release date for PlayStation 4. If we look at the latest rumors and of course, statements of the company, it seems that we will see a new console before 2014, especially after the confirmation of the launch of a new PlyStation3. What do you think?
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