Microsoft has been making waves early this year with Project Scorpio and the recently canceled Scalebound. On the other hand, Sony announced that it is creating unannounced games that are yet to be unveiled this year. So, the rivalry between the two continues.
In a translated version from the German website, PC Games, Sony Worldwide president Shuhei Yoshida said that they still have a "large number of unannounced games." He also added that they are looking forward to the announcement of these games.
At the moment, Sony has already a very impressive lineup for their PlayStation consoles. They are opening the year with the release of the much-awaited first-person horror game Resident Evil 7: Biohazard which they collaborated with Capcom. Then in February, they are releasing another title from Guerilla Games - Horizon: Zero Dawn, an action RPG that is already creating some buzz. After that, Mass Effect Andromeda is scheduled to be released in March.
Aside from these games, Sony will also be releasing highly anticipated games this year although most of them have no confirmed release dates yet. Some of those games include Persona 5, The Last of Us 2, Gods of War, Ni No Kuni, and Gran Turismo Sport.
Regarding the "unannounced games," Yoshida didn't give further details about the games. Most likely, they might be unveiling them during the E3 2017 event which will take place in June. As of now, fans are full of speculations whether there will be additional games for the PlayStation VR.
Meanwhile on the Microsoft corner, Phil Spencer has taken to Twitter to answer fans' queries as well as to appease them from the disappointment after the cancellation news regarding Scalebound. He said that despite this, they will still be taking risks to make sure the fans who put their trust in them will be satisfied and pleased.