The next-generation consoles are upon us. With a November 2020 release date, both Microsoft and Sony are playing a poker game that will determine the winners of the console war.
Back in 2018, Microsoft announced the acquisition of famous studios like Ninja Theory (Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice), Playground Games (Forza Horizon 4), and Obsidian Entertainment (The Outer Words and Fallout: New Vegas) to name a few.
While Sony was mum on their plans to make the PlayStation 5 standout, its console exclusive games were the company’s biggest weapon. But it would seem Sony still has its weapons drawn as they have announced an investment of US$250 million into Epic Games.
According to a press release, both companies hope that their collaboration would create unique experiences for consumers and creators.
But obviously, the investment is not to further propel Epic’s massively popular video game Fortnite