PlayStation 4 Will Get Games from 149 Developers

The new console also benefits from Sony studio support

One of the big problems for all home console launches is the presence of important titles, but Sony seems to have solved the conundrum for the PlayStation 4, which will apparently get content from 149 third-party companies.

During the reveal of the PlayStation 4, gamers got to see titles from:

Activision – the company brought Bungie’s new title Destiny to the new console while partners at Blizzard announce that the action RPG Diablo III was also a launch game;

Ubisoft – showed off a new demo for Watch Dogs;

Square Enix – revealed a new Final Fantasy and Agni’s Philosophy;

Capcom - a project called Deep Down was shown off alongside a new engine;

CD Project – announced the next gen launch of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

The rest of the teams involved with the PlayStation 4 are:

2K Games, 4A Games, 505 Games, 5th Cell

Acquire, Arc System Works, Acquire, Arc System Works, Artdink, ASCII Media Works, Atlus, Avalanche Studios

Behaviour Interactive, Bethesda, Blitz Games Studios, Bloober Team, Bohemia Interactive

Certain Affinity, City Interactive, Climax, Codemasters, Crafts & Meister, Criterion Games, Croteam, Curve Studios, CyberConnect 2

D3 Publisher, Devolver Digital, Dimps, Disney, Double Fine, Double Helix, Drinkbox Studios

Electronic Arts, Edge of Reality

Farsight Studios, Fatshark, Flying Wild Hog, From Software, Frozenbyte

Gaijin Entertainment, Gaijin Games, Ganbarion, Gearbox Software, Genki, Grasshopper Manufacture, Gust Co.

Hello Games

Idea Factory, Imageepoch, InXile Entertainment

Just Add Water

Kadokawa Games, Kalypso Media, Keen Games, Klei Entertainment, Konami

Lab Zero, Inc, Level-5, LucasArts, Lucid Games

Marvelous AQL, Mediatonic, MercuryStream, Milestone

Namco Bandai, Nicalis, Ninja Theory, Nippon Ichi, Nixxes

Paradox Interactive, Platinum Games

Rebellion Developments, Rockstar, Rovio

Saber Interactive, SEGA, Slant Six Games, Spark Unlimited, Spike Chunsoft, Splash Damage, Stainless Games, Starbreeze Studios, Straight Right, SystemSoft

Team 17, TechLand, Tecmo Koei, Telltale Games, Tri-Ace, Turtle Rock

Vector Cell, Vlambeer

Warner Bros, Wayforward Technologies

Yager, Yuke’s

Zombie Studios

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