- Jun 25, 2019
It seems so disorganized. It probably doesn't mean anything but it definitely makes things unnecessarily murky.
I found this one as well:
im just wondering if this list is maintained by playstation australiaI found this one as well:
but other than that it seems only those two have this list and the latter doesn't even have a full list. just a bunch of banners.
Where exactly does it specifically say that Epic paid QD and not Sony?https://venturebeat.com/2019/01/29/why-netease-and-quantic-dream-are-teaming-up-for-games-on-multiple-platforms/
Above is the link stating QD is going multiplatform and...
This link addresses that those QD games they worked with Sony are timed exclusives for EGS meaning they were coming to PC regardless but Epic offered a moneyhat for their store only for a year.
Man, people really do forget...
Then they are wrong about the title. It should be 'published by SIE' and not 'exclusive'.I don't think it's an exclusive (though the terms of its PC release will still be decided by Sony), but that listing must surely be a mistake: there's a big asterisk stating those are games published by SIEE, and exclusive or not, we know for a fact Death Stranding is published by them.
There's no way they've dropped publishing rights for a game whose IP they own, and whose production have financed from day one.
The list is not about exclusivity, despite its name, but games published by the company. Both games were at least co-published by SIE.
Ah yes, Sony published right?
this one as well
I mean not really that doesn't prove anything tbh. Maybe they'll push some games to Epic, but most JP devs are really hard about being pushed to exclusivity over there.
It seems you don't know who Brad Douglas is. It's pretty obvious why EGS Japan hired him.
Because... Quantic Dream published the games on PC??? I submitted two links for you. One of them stated that Epic paid for a time exclusivity for QD's games to appear on EGS first. Epic paid QD, not Sony. QD probably paid and got the OK from Sony to bring the titles to another platform but that's pretty much it.
What history? I remembered this game was announced on ps4 and pc "exclusively", like shenmue 3. Never been solely for PS4, it was quite clear from the beginning. And in any case, even if such things happen when you don't own the ip, you can't ensure the exclusivity forever. It's not exactly"cheating", lol, it's how works.