We're continuing to evolve our policies to meet industry demand', says Adam Boyes
Sony is working on changing its PS3 online approval policies as it looks to create a more open platform, SCEA exec Adam Boyes has claimed.
Speaking to Venturebeat, the VP of public relations said the console giant had already taken lengths to improve the direct connection between developer and consumer.
Whilst the PSN still charges developers fees for game updates and patches, Boyes felt Sony had become more lenient in recent years, such as opening itself up to the freemium model.
“Originally, we had a different policy on free-to-play. Now we have free-to-play content and microtransactions,” said Boyes.
“We used to have certain requirements for publishing. Now we have none for developers to publish other content.
"You have to go through the process of submitting for concept approval, but all of these things are things that have naturally evolved over the console life-cycle. We’re evolving more than ever now because the industry is evolving."
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