Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan reportedly doesn’t see Xbox Game Pass as a competitor to PlayStation.
Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft’s subscription service, is no match for PlayStation, according to Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan.
According to Insider Gaming sources, Jim Ryan said the company doesn’t see Xbox Game Pass as a competitor, although the company has raised concerns about Microsoft’s proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard.
In an employee survey, in response to a question about Xbox Game Pass, Jim Ryan reportedly said, “If we consider Game Pass, it shines [die Game Pass-Zahlen] to turn out lower. If we consider Game Pass, in two years we’ve sold more PS5s than they’ve accumulated subscribers, and they’ve been doing that for 6-7 years.”
Ryan continued, “We’re close to 50 million subscribers and they’re in their low 20s, but there’s more work to be done to grow that number.”
It was also announced that Sony was blocking the release of four games on the Xbox, including Silent Hill 2 Remake and Final Fantasy XVI, through various agreements and, according to Phil Spencer, was doing everything possible to keep the Xbox small.
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