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Over 1,000 Developers Sign With Sony to Self-Publish on PS4

Posted on Saturday, March 29 @ 07:37:36 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
Sony has announced that it has signed on over 1,000 developers to self-publish games on PlayStation 4. That's a whole lot of indie content.



"Recently we reached a significant milestone with more than 1,000 developers licensed globally to self-publish on our platforms, 200 of those licensed in North America since PS4 was unveiled in February 2013," Adam Boyes, SCEA's VP of Publisher and Developer Relations, revealed in a post on PlayStation Blog.

Does the sheer wealth of content coming to PlayStation 4 have you psyched? Maybe I'm just overly cynical, but I can't help but fear the PlayStation Store might get flooded with a deluge of garbage, making it difficult to separate the wheat from the chaff. Just look at the current state of the Apple Store.
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