Andrew House: “A Good Raft Of Content” is in the Works for PS Vita, Comments on COD and Assassin’s Creed Vita

June 28, 2012 Written by Nick Michetti

SCE President & CEO Andrew House has said that more content is coming for PlayStation Vita. He also made a brief comment about Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified and Assassin’s Creed: Liberation not being shown in detail at E3.

CVG interviewed House and asked him about the lack of presence of new Vita games at E3. House responded by saying that COD: BLOPSD and AC: Liberation were discussed. When he was asked about them not being shown, he said:

Well, we’ll show them when the time is right. But I think we gave a good sense of what those games are going to be, particularly in the case of Assassin’s Creed. You can be assured that, whether it’s first-party or third-party, there’s a good raft of content in the works there.

House also talked about Vita offering services and not just games as well:

I think we also showed that there’s a commitment to broadening out network services other than games, whether it’s YouTube or Hulu Plus, which aren’t at the core of the PS Vita’s offering, but provide additional convenience and fun.

As for Sony maybe not having more of a presence for Vita at E3, he said:

So if we were remiss on not spending enough time on the PS Vita, I’ll take that one under advisement, but you can rest assured it’s not for the want of any sense of overall commitment. We know that killer games are going to be what sells this device. I think there are other aspects to the proposition that we can build in there, which will be attractive.

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