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Sony is releasing at least five mobile games in Asia

Sony's PlayStation division has finally revealed how it plans to conquer mobile device. According to Wall Street Journal, the unit aims to release five to six PS games for both iOS and Android devices under the ForwardWorks subsidiary it formed in March. The company didn't reveal a timeline along with the announcement, but it's apparently looking to launch all of them before March 2018.
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