PS4 release will benefit Sony software developers

By Jamie Pert - Sep 20, 2010

It is no secret that the PlayStation 3 is not the most developer-friendly console on the market, however it seems as if Sony has listened to the criticism and will address this issue when they design, manufacture and develop the PlayStation 4.

Apparently developers will have a lot more input when it comes to the PlayStation 4’s design, Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida recently suggested that developing the PlayStation Move showed just how important and beneficial developer input really is.

Sony’s hardware manufacturers were not the first involved with PlayStation Move, instead Sony’s Worldwide Studio tried out many different motion controller-related technologies such as 3D cameras and ultrasound. This input assures that developers are working with what they want to work with.

Yoshida also went on to suggest that the PS4’s OS and platform tools will actually be developed by game developers, which I think sounds pretty promising.

Do you think that more developer input will make the PlayStation 4 better than any future Microsoft console?

Source: ZombieGamer

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