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Re: Ps3 more love/ Ps4 no love

Dec 11, 2013

Is it the same with COD ghost?

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Re: Ps3 more love/ Ps4 no love

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ririgarcia wrote:

Is it the same with COD ghost?


I've heard that Cod Ghost is so fishy that it's spooky.

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Re: Ps3 more love/ Ps4 no love

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PS3 sales:80 million units plus.

PS4 sales: MAYBE 3 million units.

 

if you dont understand math, the PS3 sold more units than the PS4. Which means more people will buy a game for that system this year. Why on earth would you ignore 80 million people just to take care of a few? (in comparison)

All PS4 information from Sony available here:

PS4 FAQ
http://blog.us.playstation.com/2013/10/30/ps4-the-ultimate-faq-north-america/

Everything you need to know about the PS4
https://support.us.playstation.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/5102/session/L3RpbWUvMTM4NzA2MDMzMy9zaWQvR1hqc3RRSGw%3D
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As of now, the game library for the PS4 is small. Sony isn't going to give away a game through PS+ when that represents 1/12th of the PS4's library. Sony did give away a couple of PSN titles but that won't change until more games start coming out for the PS4. Sony likely won't start giving away big games until late next year and they will probably be launch titles like Knack and Killzone, not AAA games that came out that Fall.

It takes time for the transition to the next generation to happen. Sony didn't abandon the PS1 when the PS2 came out, they didn't kick the PS2 to the curve when they launched the PS3, and they aren't going to ignore the PS3 now that the PS4 is out. It's a slow transition that occurs over a good 2 years. MS gave up on the Xbox once they announced the Xbox 360, Nintendo kinda did the same thing with the GameCube when transitioning to the Wii (same with the Wii to the Wii U) but Sony has never just dropped support of one console outright. Even with the PSP, there was a transition period over to the Vita.
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