Sony still committed to the PS3 ten-year plan
Jon Koller, marketing VP at Sony has been reiterating their commitment to the PlayStation 3's ten year lifespan.
Koller impressed that the PS3 still has a very busy slate for the next two or three years. That future will include God Of War: Ascension, The Last Of Us and, hopefully, The Last Guardian.
"Over the next 2-3 years, the PS3 has got an incredible lineup," he said. "We're going to continue supporting the PS3 for the next few years. And we're going to continue supporting it not only that long, but as long as there is a development spigot that's running hot. And I can tell you right now, the development spigot for PS3 is very hot. A lot of great games coming."
Rumours still point to Sony potentially unveiling their successor to the PlayStation 3 next year at some point and maybe even releasing next year too.
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