Nine generations since the start of gaming console, the threat of ending the traditional release cycle for the first time is real, as the idea of ​​replacing standard systems with ‘gaming as a service’ – a combination of cloud technology and periodic hardware upgrades in Style of PS4 Pro and Xbox One X.

And if Microsoft seems to be the biggest supporter of the idea, and Nintendo rejects it, Sony’s position has so far not been known. However, the Japanese media giant has practically confirmed that will not give up on the standard idea of ​​new hardware generations.

“Yes. It will probably be some time” said Shawn Layden President and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment. “But it will probably take some time before that happens,” he adds. This is the only thing we know at this stage, but it’s good that Sony is behind the idea of ​​developing next generation of his PS hardware.

Recently, speaking to The Daily Telegraph, Layden said that he believes that it’s with console-exclusive games liks Spider-Man which will significantly help push the company towards that goal of 100 million units.

“Well, like I tell my sales guys, the first 60 million is the easy 60 million. To get to [100 million], it’s about how do we grow the pie?” Layden said.

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