5 Sony Live Service Games We Want to See

In the company's recent earnings report, Sony's CFO Hiroki Totoki announced that the company plans to launch more than ten live service games by the fiscal year ending March 31, 2026. 

Live service games are games that receive a constant flow of updates and new content throughout the game's life cycle. Sony now owns a major live service game in Destiny 2, and the upcoming Gran Turismo 7 is sure to be one as well. 

However, what other games will fit that mold for Sony? Today, we will look at five games that Sony could release that could be live service games. 

The Last of Us Factions

When Naughty Dog was still developing The Last of Us Part II before its 2020 release, they announced their decision to forego releasing a Factions multiplayer mode as part of the game's release. 

However, it was stated that the mode had grown beyond just being an additional mode and that fans would get to experience their efforts eventually. It's now been almost two years since The Last of Us Part II releases, and Naughty Dog still hasn't shown off what Factions has become. 

Ghost of Tsushima Legends

The multiplayer mode took the main game's combat and abilities to multiplayer almost seamlessly, and it was received well by fans and critics alike. Then, last Summer, Sucker Punch announced the Ghost of Tsushima Legends would be released as a standalone game.