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PlayStation Indies: Sony opens platform for independents

PlayStation Indies Game News: Sony Opens Platform For Independent Companies Like Nintendo or Microsoft, Sony regularly releases independent games by signing a partnership. This guideline was recently illustrated with Jade Raymond, whose studio Haven will publish a title on behalf of the manufacturer. Sony today announced and unveiled a new guide for independents and a new platform. The aim is to help studios develop a game for PlayStation by showing them how to most effectively present their game. Developers can sign up on the Partner.playstation.net platform and find out about all of Sony’s recommendations. On the Sony Interactive Entertainment blog, we learn that once registration is complete, it is recommended to describe the title under development, set a target schedule, present the goals in the form of platforms, and present the post-launch plans, if any, the economic model as well as the most important functions. It may sound like a lot, but once you’re in the system we have tons of tools and routes to help you and provide feedback. We’re always excited to help you become a PlayStation Creator, and we look forward to supporting all of the amazing new games! Sony strongly recommends that independent studios provide assets, whether they are images, videos, or prototypes. Once the assessment is complete and it leads to the signing of a partnership, we move on to the next step. This corresponds to the fact that the back-end tools are accessed and all the information necessary for development is obtained on the PlayStation media. Finally, Sony states that in cases where no agreement can be reached based on the information provided, there are additional tips and guidance on how to improve submissions. By MalloDelic, journalist jeuxvideo.com MP

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