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One of the main concerns surrounding the release of the upcoming PlayStation 4 and Xbox One has been the addition of an online multiplayer mode, allowing gamers to face off against one another in battle. However, a new report from the gaming industry site Kotaku suggests the launch could be delayed further, perhaps even as long as a year.
While it’s been confirmed that the PS4 and Xbox One are receiving a new generation version of the game for the console, this hasn’t always been the case. In fact, one of PlayStation’s biggest challenges has been keeping the online multiplayer feature fully developed for the console. Now, a new report from the gaming media site reveals that a delay to the launch could be one of the biggest concerns surrounding the launch itself.
According to Kotaku, the development team behind the game, Sony Computer Entertainment, has received feedback from a bunch of developers around the world who have expressed dissatisfaction with the online multiplayer mode, and it has caused the developers to change their vision in order to make a better PS4 and Xbox One release. In fact, Sony has reportedly decided to abandon online multiplayer entirely, and have opted for the game to be focused solely on single-player experiences.
However, the online multiplayer mode is still a popular selling point for the console, with numerous reports claiming that online multiplayer is one of the two or three most profitable aspects of the new consoles while being the single most requested feature. Kotaku says that a delay to the PS4/Xbox One release could be the reason for the delay, and the article’s author claims that Sony may be afraid that they have become too popular. As such, Sony may be holding a launch event this August to showcase the new console and hopefully boost PS4 sales.
But even with the news that the PS3 and PS4 are nearing completion, the game hasn’t reached the stage of release. With that being said, the developer has apparently already spent tens of millions of dollars creating and polishing the game, and according to a report from E Online, it’s already ready to release online multiplayer.
According to the report, both Sony and Microsoft have spent tens of millions of dollars making the