Sony working on multiple TV series with PlayStation IPs like Gran Turismo and God of War

    During Sony’s Business Segment Briefings for 2022, Sony Pictures Entertainment CEO Tony Vinciquerra confirmed that the company is working on multiple TV series with PlayStation IPs. These PlayStation projects include a Gran Turismo TV series, God of War series for Amazon Prime Video, and a Horizon series for Netflix.

    Sony is committed to theatrical releases of their premium films according to Hollywood Reporter, but the company is moving forward with titles for streaming services such as Netflix. The company continues to tap into Sony Music and PlayStation IPs for future media projects.

    The company is currently working on an HBO series for The Last of Us, a Jax and Daxter adaptation, a Twisted Metal series and a Ghost of Tsushima film. Sony Pictures and their partners are going to be busy for quite as an estimated 10 TV/movie projects are in the works.

    SIE CEO Jim Ryan recently elaborated on PlayStation expanding their reach beyond traditional console gaming. This includes games on mobile and PC, and their newfound focus on film projects. By 2025, the company aims for half of their new game releases to be available on PC and mobile.

    During the briefing, Sony also confirmed that 20 new games will be available for the launch of PlayStation VR 2. Major first-party games and third-party games are included in the lineup. The only confirmed title so far is Horizon: Call of the Mountain.

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