Following a number of job postings in recent weeks, the owner PlayStation London Studio has officially acknowledged that a new “next generation” project is in the works exclusively for PlayStation 5.
Speaking to Twitter a few days ago, the London-based developer teased an “upcoming PlayStation 5 online game” via his career page. The job postings available refer to the usual triple-a and quality-centric lingo, but a procedural technical artist’s listing specifically mentions “procedural worlds.”
Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to work on our next PlayStation 5 online game?
Head over to our careers page to see how you can play a vital role in our next trip! https://t.co/qD0R8bf8Bx pic.twitter.com/UJ2qO55Ajx
– PlayStation London Studio (@LondonStudioHQ) October 5, 2021
London Studio has made a name for itself running the SingStar franchise, but is also known especially for working on PlayStation VR games. Blood & Truth was the most recent release in this regard for PlayStation VR on PlayStation 4 in 2019. The first-person shooter received mostly positive reviews.
Whatever is in the works at London Studio right now has a good chance of involving the next generation PlayStation VR 2 (PSVR 2) headset for PlayStation 5. It’s important to point out that the rumor has it that Sony is going to go. has a strong focus on triple-a games with PSVR 2. The goal is to have triple-a “hybrid” versions that can be played with or without virtual reality.
Should that happen, PlayStation owners will have the option of choosing which version of a hybrid game they want to download. They can either download the one that supports VR and play the entire game with a PSVR 2, or download the other without VR to play normally with a DualSense.