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The next wave of awesome PS4 exclusives are coming and they’re all from China

What are the first games that come to mind when we talk about upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive titles? Probably something like The Last of Us Part 2, Ghost of Tsushima or Death Stranding, right? I’m here to tell you that console exclusives aren’t the only ones on the horizon. In fact, Sony has seven secret weapons for PS4 this year that you might not even have heard of.

These seven PS4 exclusives, along with Ubisoft, EA, and Take-Two (among others), are investing in action and Eastern-based studios. But one of the biggest players in this scene has been Sony Interactive Entertainment Shanghai. The publisher established the China Hero Project in 2017 to provide support and funding to Chinese studios whose ultimate goal is to bring their games to the West via PlayStation 4.

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There’s no denying the ambition and diversity that these new developers are trying to bring to the table – many of them are new companies eager to break out of the Chinese market and see their titles before their eyes the world over. In fact, the first batch already contains a great mix of RPGs, action games, stealth adventures and MMOs; A diversified offer that should excite all PS4 owners.

The latest game reveals seven standout games we’d like to see more of, including Evotinction, Convallaria Project, FIST, In Nightmare, Anno: Mutantionem, RAN: Lost Islands, and third-person action RPG AI-Limit. Sense Games, a studio within PalmPioneer, is bringing the riveting indie cyberpunk adventure Tales Of The Neon Sea to PS4 next month.

“It’s really great,” AI-Limit producer Yang Bin says of Sony’s strong commitment to these studios. “The China Hero Project provides us with a variety of supports, including promotion, endorsement, investment, and childcare.”

unlimited ideas

Arrisa is the slender, sword-wielding star of AI-Limit, Sense Games' highly promising sci-fi action RPG.

culture shock

ANNO: Mutationem hides a dark side.  The game includes the work of the authors of the SCP Foundation to enrich their world.

more heroes

Convallaria Project is an online shooter that mixes many art styles, probably because it's a game within a game.

a whole lot of fun

Stealth adventure Evotinction could offer a new perspective on the genre.

Stealth adventure Evotinction could offer a new perspective on the genre.

TiGames Network Technology’s FIST is Less Sharp, a Metroidvania Rabbit Cauldron that puts you in the fur of a “rabbit capable of manipulating the big mechanical arm on its back, exploring a dynamic Dieselpunk world, and battling against an army of evil robots.” – this is a direct quote from the press release and makes us want the game even more.

“This support is very long-term,” says Li Dongcheng of Sony’s China Hero Project. “We believe Sony has built excellent development teams in China capable of producing world-class games.”

There’s plenty to be excited about for Sony’s second wave of China Hero Project launches. Expect more information soon.

In the meantime, looking for something new to play? Why not check out our list? new games 2019.


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The next wave of awesome PS4 exclusives are coming and they’re all from China

When we talk about upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusives, what’s the first games that comes to mind? It’s probably something like the The Last of Us Part 2, Ghost of Tsushima, or Death Stranding, right? Well, I’m here to tell you that they aren’t the only console exclusives on the near horizon. In fact, Sony has seven secret weapons all coming to PS4 this year that you might not have even heard of. 
These seven PS4 exclusives are all imports of China, which is fast becoming one of the most important scenes for game development in the world, with Ubisoft, EA, and Take-Two (among many others) all fighting to get in on the action and get invested in studios based in the East. One of the biggest players in this scene, however, has been Sony Interactive Entertainment Shanghai. The publisher set up the China Hero Project in 2017 to offer support and funding to Chinese studios, with the ultimate aim to bring their games to the West via PlayStation 4.
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This feature first appeared in Official PlayStation Magazine. Get the latest PlayStation news on your doorstep early and for a better price! Subscribe to OPM here.
There’s no denying the ambition and variety that these new developers are trying to bring to the table – many of them new start ups eager to break out of the Chinese market and get their titles in front of eyes around the globe. In fact, the first batch already includes a heady mix of RPGs, action games, stealth adventures, and MMOs; it’s a diverse offering that should excite any and all PS4 owners.
The most recent game reveals star seven titles that we’re keen to see more of, namely Evotinction, Convallaria Project, F.I.S.T., In Nightmare, Anno: Mutantionem, RAN: Lost Islands, and third-person action-RPG AI-Limit, from Sense Games, a studio within PalmPioneer which is bringing the impressive indie cyberpunk adventure Tales Of The Neon Sea to PS4 next month. 
“It is truly tremendous,” says AI-Limit’s producer, Yang Bin, of Sony’s firm commitment to these studios. “The China Hero Project provides us various support, including promotion, endorsement, investment, and daily care.”
Limitless ideas

Culture clash

Lots more heroes

Fistful of fun

 Stealth adventure Evotinction could offer a new take on the genre.
There’s a less highfalutin tone to TiGames Network Technology’s F.I.S.T., a metroidvania bunny boiler that casts you in the fur of “a rabbit who can manipulate the big mech-arm on his back, exploring a vivid dieselpunk world and fighting against the evil robot army” – this is a direct quote from the press release, and it makes us want the game even more. 
“This support is very long-term,” reflects Li Dongcheng of Sony’s China Hero Project. “We believe that Sony is nurturing excellent development teams that can produce world-class games in China.”
There’s a lot to be excited about in Sony’s second wave of releases from its China Hero Project. Expect more info soon.
Looking for something new to play in the meantime? Why not check out our list of the new games 2019. 

#wave #awesome #PS4 #exclusives #coming #theyre #China

The next wave of awesome PS4 exclusives are coming and they’re all from China

When we talk about upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusives, what’s the first games that comes to mind? It’s probably something like the The Last of Us Part 2, Ghost of Tsushima, or Death Stranding, right? Well, I’m here to tell you that they aren’t the only console exclusives on the near horizon. In fact, Sony has seven secret weapons all coming to PS4 this year that you might not have even heard of. 
These seven PS4 exclusives are all imports of China, which is fast becoming one of the most important scenes for game development in the world, with Ubisoft, EA, and Take-Two (among many others) all fighting to get in on the action and get invested in studios based in the East. One of the biggest players in this scene, however, has been Sony Interactive Entertainment Shanghai. The publisher set up the China Hero Project in 2017 to offer support and funding to Chinese studios, with the ultimate aim to bring their games to the West via PlayStation 4.
Save up to 51% on Official PlayStation Magazine subscriptions
This feature first appeared in Official PlayStation Magazine. Get the latest PlayStation news on your doorstep early and for a better price! Subscribe to OPM here.
There’s no denying the ambition and variety that these new developers are trying to bring to the table – many of them new start ups eager to break out of the Chinese market and get their titles in front of eyes around the globe. In fact, the first batch already includes a heady mix of RPGs, action games, stealth adventures, and MMOs; it’s a diverse offering that should excite any and all PS4 owners.
The most recent game reveals star seven titles that we’re keen to see more of, namely Evotinction, Convallaria Project, F.I.S.T., In Nightmare, Anno: Mutantionem, RAN: Lost Islands, and third-person action-RPG AI-Limit, from Sense Games, a studio within PalmPioneer which is bringing the impressive indie cyberpunk adventure Tales Of The Neon Sea to PS4 next month. 
“It is truly tremendous,” says AI-Limit’s producer, Yang Bin, of Sony’s firm commitment to these studios. “The China Hero Project provides us various support, including promotion, endorsement, investment, and daily care.”
Limitless ideas

Culture clash

Lots more heroes

Fistful of fun

 Stealth adventure Evotinction could offer a new take on the genre.
There’s a less highfalutin tone to TiGames Network Technology’s F.I.S.T., a metroidvania bunny boiler that casts you in the fur of “a rabbit who can manipulate the big mech-arm on his back, exploring a vivid dieselpunk world and fighting against the evil robot army” – this is a direct quote from the press release, and it makes us want the game even more. 
“This support is very long-term,” reflects Li Dongcheng of Sony’s China Hero Project. “We believe that Sony is nurturing excellent development teams that can produce world-class games in China.”
There’s a lot to be excited about in Sony’s second wave of releases from its China Hero Project. Expect more info soon.
Looking for something new to play in the meantime? Why not check out our list of the new games 2019. 

#wave #awesome #PS4 #exclusives #coming #theyre #China


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