The case between Epic Games and Apple is in full swing. Many commercial activities have been leaked to the press so far, almost every day as new details emerge. These include information ranging from the profits Apple makes through the AppStore to how much Epic Games pays for free games.
Finally, a document that was “accidentally” leaked revealed Epic Games’ deal with Sony. Two companies sign $200 million private gaming deal
Sony, which built its success on console-selling exclusive games, surprised everyone with a decision it made in recent years. The company has also started to launch its exclusive games on the PC platform. The first example of this was Horizon Zero Dawn. Another similar production, Days Gone, ceases to be exclusive to PlayStation on May 18. However, this does not mean that these games will no longer be exclusive to a platform.
Epic Games and Sony have signed a $200 million deal, according to the documents. This 4-6-game deal allows PlayStation exclusives to be sold exclusively on Epic Games. This will cause games with already high potential to bring players to the platform.
No details have emerged about which games will be in question. However, there are only 2 Sony games that have been exclusive to the platform to date. These are Predator: Hunting Grounds and ReadySet Heroes. Considering the deal is for 4-6 games, we can see that a few more productions will come to the platform. Who knows, maybe God of War, released in 2018, or 2013 The Last of Us, will be exclusive to this platform.