Sony Aims to Expand Anime Portfolio as Sekiro and Ghost of Tsushima Anime Adaptation Speculations Circulate

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New reports recommend Sekiro and even Ghost of Tsushima could receive anime adaptations, as well as while no one has actually tipped up to verify that, Sony has actually currently claimed it wishes to do even more anime as a whole.

Sony launched a round-up of its most recent business technique satisfying the exact same day these anime reports genuinely started to swirl, as well as anime is a repeating subject. Chairman as well as CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Kenichiro Yoshida restates the firm’s overarching objective to “fill the world with emotion (or Kando) through the power of creativity and technology,” as well as this is essential to keep in mind since this amusingly actual “Kando” concept turns up continuously. For instance, Sony states it’s “investing in the ability to create Kando” by wanting to “strengthen its creativity in areas such as music, pictures, games and anime.” 

“Under the long-term vision of expanding the number of people directly connected to the Sony Group to one billion people,” the record proceeds, “Sony aims to continue delivering Kando in specific areas where communities are born, such as anime, games, and in India, learning from its users, and making use of them in its creations.” 

The record songs out anime banner Crunchyroll, which Sony obtained from AT&T 2 years ago via its joint Funimation arm, as “a direct-to-consumer (DTC) service specializing in anime” that “feeds back user viewing data to creators.” 

Perhaps most notably, anime is stated as a bottom line for “maximizing value by deepening the deployment of IP,” which is directly in the world of multimedia adjustments. In certain, Sony points out the “expansion of game IP” via recognized adjustments like The Last of Us season 2, the Gran Turismo movie, as well as the Twisted Metal TV show. It likewise dedicates to “accelerating the growth of anime,” mentioning cooperation in between Crunchyroll as well as Demon Slayer anime manufacturer Aniplex. 

Does any one of this straight-out disclose a Sekiro or Ghost of Tsushima anime? No, yet it does make those reports a little bit a lot more sensible. With an anime news supposedly coming quickly, next week’s big PlayStation Showcase is looking added fascinating. 

While Sony does not manage the IP like it does Ghost of Tsushima, PlayStation Studios employer Hermen Hulst has currently claimed the firm could potentially collaborate with Sekiro maker FromSoftware on TV or film chances after its financial investment in the workshop.  



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