Newscast: Why is Sony anxious about Name of Accountability on PlayStation 6?


This week at the Eurogamer Newscast, we are discussing the PlayStation 6 – in particular, Sony’s issues about Name of Accountability no longer being to be had at the upcoming platform, which we now know will debut someday from 2027 onwards.

It is been every other week ruled by means of information of Microsoft’s $68bn Activision Snowstorm takeover strive, which is recently being scrutinised by means of the United Kingdom’s anti-competition regulator. Partly-redacted documentation from this procedure has now been made public, revealing some eyebrow-raising arguments from Sony – which is making an attempt to dam the deal.

Each Sony and Microsoft have long past at the defensive to make themselves glance the smaller fish – with Microsoft admitting Sony’s exclusives are higher and Sony announcing any lack of Name of Accountability would depart itself “extraordinarily susceptible”, in particular if the collection was once made to be had thru the preferred Xbox Sport Move. So, must Sony be anxious – or is that this all simply performative theatrics? Becoming a member of me this week to percentage their ideas are Eurogamer’s Ed Nightingale, Victoria Kennedy and Ishraq Subhan.

Eurogamer Newscast: Why is Sony anxious about Name of Accountability on PlayStation 6?

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