PlayStation 4 Gets Massive Third Party Support

Wednesday, February 20th, 2013

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While some companies were present and accounted for at tonight’s Sony meeting, which revealed the PlayStation 4, others were revealed in a different way. Sony put up a screen showcasing some logos that let us know what types of companies we can expect to see making games for the Sony PlayStation 4. This list is almost complete. Some of the companies are pretty obscure or less known to yours truly and I did not immediately recognize their logos. I will provide you with the astonishing list that I can make out.


Third party support for the PlayStation 4:

  • 2K
  • 505 Games
  • Activision
  • Acquire
  • Arc System Works
  • Artdink
  • Atlus
  • Avalanche Studios
  • Bethesda
  • Blitz Games Studios.
  • Blizzard
  • Bohemia Interactive
  • Capcom
  • CD Projekt
  • Climax
  • Codemasters Racing
  • Chara-Ani
  • D3 Publisher
  • Dimps
  • Disney
  • Double.
  • EA
  • From Software
  • Falcom
  • Ganbarion
  • Genki
  • Grasshopper Manufacture
  • Gust Co..
  • Granzella
  • GungHo.
  • Hello Games
  • Idea Factory
  • Imageepoch.
  • Just Add Water
  • Kadokawa Games
  • Keen Games
  • Konami.
  • Level-5
  • LucasArts
  • Lucid Games.
  • Marvelous AQL.
  • MercurySteam
  • Namco Bandai.
  • Ninja Theory
  • Nippon Ichi.
  • Nixxes
  • Paradox Interactive.
  • Platinum Games
  • Quantic Dream
  • Rebellion Developments
  • Rockstar
  • Saber Interactive
  • Sega
  • Sony Online Entertainment Spike Chunsoft.
  • Splash Damage
  • Sumo
  • Square Enix.
  • Stainless Games
  • Starbreeze Studios
  • SystemSoft
  • Team 17
  • Tecmo Koei .
  • Telltale Games.
  • Tri-Ace
  • Ubisoft
  • Warner Bros
  • Yager.
  • Yuke’s
  • Zen
  • Xing

Many of these companies you will recognize while others you might not. Feel free to comment below on any company that you would like more information on and I will do my best to get it to you.

About Crystal Colwell

What's up everyone? Crystal here! I spend my time writing up the news for you all and keeping us all up to date with incoming game info from Japan. I do a little bit of everything else around here, too. 🙂 Happy Reading!

  • I didn’t think I saw Aksys in there… Might be because they’re a publisher…

    Not like it matters; they’re going to localize games where the games are made, which means PS4. But it’d have been nice to see.

    • crystal baltimore

      I believe that Aksys mainly localizes games rather then making them, they are a localization company which is why they are not on this list. 🙂

  • Guest

    one thing this list doesn’t convey is the quality from each of these developers and publishers. from what I can gather, a good 1/3 of the companies listed specialise in shovelware and/or licensed movie tie-ins, and that’s just from what I can gather based on common knowledge.

  • Aiddon

    though doesn’t confirm they’re knee deep in actually making games for it. Slapping a logo on something ain’t exactly confirmation

    • SecretX

      so true because nintendo did the same thing back in E3. so this is pointless.

  • But most of these companies are the whores of the video game world.

    EA, Activision, Lucas Arts, Warner Bros.. it’s meaningless, these companies aren’t committed to Sony alone. So this isn’t saying much. It’s just expected these companies will produce games for the system.

    Not really news worthy.

  • RichieBerry

    Ganabrion is on the list? Maybe they’re making another One Piece game? Though the last couple of those have been on the Wii…

    I’m also kind of surprised to see Platinum up there, given how lovey-dovey they’ve been with Nintendo of late.

  • The only developer on the entire list that really got my attention was Lab Zero, developer of Skullgirls. Considering how they’ve been pushing to get the game DLC and Autumn Games is not quite out of their legal troubles to fund a Skullgirls 2, it makes me wonder what the team has up their sleeves.