Home slips down the pecking order at Sony
The PS3's Home persistent online world may have been one of Sony's 'big things' for the console, but it seems this experimental social network world may be failing to set the world on fire.
Speaking with Edge at the London Games Conference, PlayStation Home chief Pete Edwards admits that the platform isn't top of Sony's agenda right now - and it seems as if the future of the service could be less than clear.
"It's been a long road," the exec reveals. "We've proved there is a market out there and we've got a lot of people that spend a lot of time in [Home]. It's not a priority right now but there is a business model there."
What are your thoughts on PlayStation Home, folks?
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