Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) has recently reported that they are preparing to release a total of 12 Live Service games by the end of March 2026, towards the end of their fiscal year.
Prior to this, the PlayStation management team has confirmed their collaboration with Bungie to assess the development of certain games, with the intention of refining and improving the gameplay experience. Hiroki Totoki, President and COO of Sony, seems to have further confirmed that this assessment has resulted in the delay of some games in order to achieve higher quality. Out of the total 12 games, 6 will be released within the fiscal year 2025, while the remaining 6 will continue to be developed.
Hiroki adds that all 12 games fall under the category of multiplayer Live Service games, and in the mid to long term, the company aims to push forward with this type of game. He emphasizes that quality should be the utmost priority.
Among the 12 Live Service games currently in development by PlayStation, there are games from popular franchises such as The Last of Us, Horizon, and new titles from the PlayStation London Studio.
TLDR: Sony Interactive Entertainment is preparing to release 12 Live Service games, including titles from popular franchises like The Last of Us and Horizon. The company is collaborating with Bungie to enhance game quality, resulting in some delays. The focus is on delivering multiplayer experiences and prioritizing quality above all else.