Sony Interactive Entertainment Announcing at an event in Chengdu on Tuesday, the company announced that it will expand its China Hero Project game incubation program with the launch of its third phase.
Phases I and II supported a total of 17 games – seven of which were released (animal powerAnd the ANNO: mutationAnd the Fist: Forged in Shadow FlameAnd the hardcore mechaAnd the The eternal legacyAnd the into a nightmareAnd the Walker)—but the third stage aims to include 10 or more addresses.
“The scale of the third phase will far exceed the previous two,” said Bao Pu, game production manager for Sony Interactive Entertainment in China. Reuters.
Bo said that Sony Interactive Entertainment will invest more than 1 million yuan in each title it supports, in addition to supporting large and small teams.
Some of the titles from Phase 3 will be published by Sony Interactive Entertainment and supported by Play Station studios.
The company also announced the formation of a “China Game Production” team to oversee Chinese-made games.
Success, said Sony Interactive Entertainment Shanghai President Tatsuo Iguchi Genshin effecta title developed by miHoYo Which the company supported, I convinced Management The Chinese Games are important, adding that they allocate more resources to China than ever before.
Iguchi added that Sony Interactive Entertainment’s partnership with miHoYo is going strong.
Sony Interactive Entertainment sold 3.5 million Playstation 4 units in China, and have sold about 670,000 to date Playstation 5 units. According to Eguchi, the goal is to sell at least twice as many PlayStation 5 units as PlayStation 4 units.
“We want players around the world to better understand the creativity that comes from China,” Iguchi said. “I always had a dream that console games would become a regular part of the daily entertainment of the Chinese people.”
The application for the third phase of the China Hero project is now underway.
Watch a new trailer for the program below.
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