“For our team, the opportunity to create new worlds and promote amazing moments for players around the world is the fire and passion that keeps us moving forward,” Firewalk studio director Tony Hsu wrote in . “The PlayStation team loves and respects the game, as well as some of the best technology in the world to help achieve great ambitions.”
There aren’t many features available in the game yet, but it will be the starting point for several. Hsu did not specify on his page when or how to play, but This game will be a PlayStation 5 console alone.
The firewalk is under the umbrella of ProbablyMonsters, which “builds a stable sports studio through the original human culture.” The studio was set up in 2018 and is led by Hsu, who was the former chief executive and vice president of The future at Work; game director Ryan Elli, a former Bungie player; and senior producer Elena Siegman, who worked on the production Second Guitar II and Bioshock Unlimited as well The future. Other members have worked as Call of Duty, , Mass Effect and Halo.
SIE CEO Jim Ryan said in an interview today with (via ) that the company “has been selling quietly but consistently selling high-quality PlayStation games, and we will ensure that the PS5 generation has more dedicated apps than ever before.” The deal with Firewalk and Haven seems to be in line with this approach, and Ryan said SIE has another alliance on the project. Ryan also said SIE did not stop buying more studios to get involved in costumes like Insomniac and Naughty Dog at .
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