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When we talk about service games in the industry, we will see the extent of its impact in the field of games during the next few years, and it seems that PlayStation is preparing to take this step with all its might.

To empower itself in this field, a game industry veteran with nearly 30 years of experience, Sean Decker joined Sony’s Game Services division.

Sean took over as Head of Studios Playstation for service games after taking a few positions at EA. Sean Decker has experience with service games and his previous job was with Wargaming, who worked on World of Tanks and other military service games.

In addition, Decker worked, as we mentioned at the beginning of the news, at Electronic Arts for six years, and his last position in the company was the position of Vice President, where he participated in developing plans for financial transactions in games.

The upcoming Sean Decker experience indicates that Sony plans to launch a lot of service games. We already know that Sony is working on at least 10 games of this kind. But none of them were revealed, but we hope to hear more about Sony’s service projects soon, or even about its alleged event, which will be shown this month or next month.

Looks like Sony wants to lead Decker the Games Services Division in the PlayStation by assuming the position of Head of Department. It seems that we are close to revealing the first of these games, of which we expect The Last of Us to be the first.

It was not officially revealed in a publication Decker Only about his departure from Wargames but we find out recently from a Sean Decker profile on Linkedin It works now on PlayStation. Tell me your expectations, do you think we are getting close to an official reveal from Sony?

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